Never. Just one dental bill for a cavity and being told I wasn't flossing enough by my dentist was all it took for me to get serious about
I brush then floss. I feel like brushing gets the big stuff and loosens up the smaller stuff and I can do the detail work with the floss.
I floss every now and then in the middle of a day. Most of the times I decide to do it, it is because I feel uncomfortable. However,
Once a day. They don’t bleed. I find if you do it consistently they don’t, but if you do it every once in a while they do. If
I floss in the evening. Morning not so much, because I complete my morning routine (which includes brushing teeth) before eating. And in most cases I don’t eat
It’s insulting to assume that I haven’t been flossing. This habit was the first one given to me; I didn’t choose it. Nobody here’s accepted a habit they
I don’t avoid it just forget to do it, but if you set reminders and make sure the floss is in a visible area it’ll be easier to
You should definitely floss daily; when necessary, it’s okay to floss more than once daily. It’s one of my favourite habits to complete daily to prevent cavities.
I floss more often than not. I recognize its value in maintaining/promoting health, both oral and otherwise. However, sometimes I want to (and do) skip it because it
I've been flossing right before and then brushing me teeth afterwards. However, if I feel the need after certain meals, I will floss at other times of the