No. You are supposed to floss once a day. Choosing morning or night to do it everyday is probably a good idea to help make it a routine though.
- How do you get through afternoons when you run out of energy or you get sleepy?
- Does showering with cold water offer any significant benefits compared to its risks?
- What do you do if you’re unable to floss to maintain plaque-free teeth and gums and with what do you brush your teeth if you don’t want fluoride, aspartame or similar chemicals?
- Do gumchucks or plastic flossers make it easier for most people? I hate the string method.
- How long do you floss?
Yes, because bacteria that formed in your mouth during the night will be there to greet you with a nice morning breath. So do floss, even in the morning.
Try it out and see if it feels better to you. Technically if there are bacteria collecting between your teeth, flossing will always be more thorough at removing that… but personally I think mouthwash should do the trick.
Personally I think it depends on if you brush/floss before or after you eat. If you floss after you eat I’d say it’s more important
- How many of you regularly floss twice a day?
- How often do you floss? Once every day? Each time you brush your teeth?
- How can you help your partner floss more?
- Are there any sustainable floss options?
- How do you know that you’ve flossed long enough?
- Do you floss before or after you brush teeth?
- What time of day do you like to floss and how often do you do it?
- How often do you floss? Why is it important?
- Before or after brushing?
- Have you noticed an improvement in your gum health since sustaining your flossing habit?