When do you reach for the dental floss? Morning, noon, and night? When you have food stuck in your teeth? Or maybe you don't floss because, well, why would you?
The best case to put forward for flossing is the health benefits. Cleaning in between your teeth using dental floss or interdental brushes as part of your daily oral health care routine can help reduce your risk of tooth decay and gum disease.1
Not only that, dental floss and interdental brushes can help to remove plaque, get rid of food that’s stuck, reduce the risk of cavities, and may also help reduce bad breath.2
If you're new to flossing or using interdental brushes and not sure where to start, we've produced this handy guide.