How effectively do you rank your oral health care cleaning tools and techniques? Do you feel confident in the tools you are using to clean out your mouth and eliminate your risks of tooth decay or dental erosion? If you are still suffering oral health risks, you may not be using your tools correctly. Focus on brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day as well.
Oftentimes, individuals suffer from issues with their dental floss because they are either new to it, they are not using the proper products, or they are not using them correctly. When deciding on an effective interdental cleaning tool, make sure you choose one that can clean reliably between every single tooth. By following an effective flossing routine, you can make sure that your teeth are well protected from any oral health risks that may arise.
Oftentimes plaque buildup in your mouth can convert harmful substances in your mouth into acids that will chew through your tooth enamel. By cleaning all areas in your mouth and in between your teeth, you can help greatly lower your risk of issues including tooth decay and gum disease.
If you decide to use a threaded floss, make sure that you are flossing between your teeth slowly and gently. Never push too hard, or you can end up damaging your gums and your tooth enamel. To avoid contamination, never use the same section of a strand more than once and never use the same strand past the first day you use it. This means throwing it out after each use.
If there is anything more you wish to know about interdental cleaners, contact our dental office in Nacogdoches, Texas. Furthermore, you are welcome to schedule an appointment at Summer Enlow, DDS PC by calling us at 936-564-9730. Dr. Summer Enlow looks forward to taking your smile and your oral health care to the next level with effective interdental cleaning tools.