Yes. When you eat, you are using your front and back teeth. So, you still get food in between them, which is why you floss between all your teeth, otherwise it could result in a cavity between your teeth.
- How do others floss when they have wires on the back of their teeth from braces/ veneers
- What’s the best recommendation to incorporate flossing into an everyday habit?
- Do you floss the very backside of your very back/last molars between the tooth and just gums? Should I do that??? Is that weird?
- How many times a day do you need to floss?
- What is the benefit of flossing? Is it important to floss more than 3 times per day after meals?
I think so. I always floss all of my teeth. Stuff can build up anywhere in your mouth. My front teeth have more space and they’re easy to floss but my back ones are really tight and close together, my dentist said those are super important to floss since they’re so close together.
Every tooth deserve a floss…start at the right or left back…work to the rifht ….do both jaws…do not spare on floss…turn it throygh your fingers like when you knit …have only a small piece betwee your 2 2nd fingers make sure you are in full controle and not hurtung your gums.
- what is perfect method for floss?
- What tools are the best to clean the teeth with a lot of dental fillings?
- How do you motivate yourself to floss everyday?
- What’s the best way to preform flossing your teeth?
- How often should a person be flossing their teeth
- How do you floss without making your gum bleed too badly? I can’t seem to do it right haha
- How to do a good floss?
- how have you fallen into habit, i can not master it
- How to stick to your routine when a sick child needs attention?
- What is the most environmentally cautious way of flossing