Flossing is an important part of your daily oral hygiene ritual. When used properly, dental floss can help reduce the risk for various types of dental diseases and cavities. Dental floss is made from various products that are either waxed or unwaxed and come in various widths. Depending on the gaps you have between your teeth, choosing the right dental floss will help you get the most out of flossing. Along with the various widths, you can choose from eco-friendly floss, floss string, or floss picks that are designed to hold the floss. Find out more about dental floss, how to floss, and the benefits you get from this important part of your dental hygiene.
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