At night. It’s better to do it at night because you’re going to sleep. Flossing in the morning doesn’t do anyone any good because then you’re going to eat. This advice comes from my dentist.
I floss at night. My dentist said it is the best time since it keeps all the food from rotting in your mouth while you sleep…I don’t think I’ll ever forget to floss again after hearing that
I like to floss in the morning because in the evening I’m usually more tired, so I like to keep my evening routine as short as possible. Also, since my teeth feel especially fresh after flossing, I am less likely to eat some little snacks between breakfast & lunch since I don’t wanna ruin the feeling 😁
I floss at night. It makes sense to me that a clean mouth at night is better for the time of day when one is sleeping and inactive.
- How do you floss if you have dental fillings and very small space between teeth?
- Which is better? Flossing before brushing or flossing after brushing?
- How often do you floss? If I have braces, does waterpik work or do I still need to floss?
- Should I start using Waterpik?
- I often forget to floss, and have been trying to keep my phone out of the bedroom. What are some thing you do that help you remember your evening routine?
- How do you remember to floss every day?
- How long should I spend for each tooth? And, how should I floss?
- My gums bleed when I floss. Why?
- Should I floss more than once a day?
- Does flossing really work?