I floss before I brush. I then use mouthwash after I floss but before I brush. This allows me to floss, then kill germs in areas I just exposed with floss, then brush. I only rinse a little after brushing so that some some of the fluoride stays on my teeth.
Before! I feel like it loosens up any particles between my teeth, and then when I brush my teeth, it helps pull them away! Not sure if that’s correct… But it sounds good!before! I feel like it loosens up any particles between my teeth, and then when I brush my teeth, it helps pull them away! Not sure if that’s correct… But it sounds good!
Before. At my dentist and dental hygienist's suggestion. My understand is that the flossing dislodges anything stuck in between the teeth and then the brushing gets rid on anything on the surface after the particulate is gone.
I floss my teeth before brushing them. The food and plaque that come off of the teeth during flossing are simply brushed away.
- Why do you avoid flossing?
- Is flossing my teeth every day too often?
- Are you flossing every night? It’s more important than you think.
- I know that this is more person to person, but would it help more to floss a while before going to bed, or right before?
- When should I floss?
- Does anyone worry about flossing too much?
- I am flossing intermittently. Looking for Ideas to keep consistent.
- How do you feel about water picks? Have you used them before?
- Any particular flossing technique I need to know?
- How long do you usually floss per day?