At a recent dentist’s appointment, they told me that sensitive gums are a sign of bacteria buildup at the gum line, and as you continue to floss, the sensitivity, redness and bleeding will decrease. If the sensitivity doesn’t reduce, perhaps be more aware of how hard you’re brushing your teeth? Brushing hard against your gums can also cause gum sensitivity. As for the type of floss I use, I use just a regular thin minty wax floss, plus threaders to get inbetween my permanent wire retainers. Hope this was helpful 😊
- Have you noticed any difference when you started flossing regularly?
- How do you creatively remember to floss?
- How much time would you say it usually takes you to floss?
- Do you find using floss thread makes flossing harder?
- Do you use a separate piece of floss for top and bottom teeth?
- Does it matter how many times I use floss a day?
- What is flossing correcy way or meyjods?
- Does minty floss have more chemicals than regular?
- Do you know the best method for flossing your tooth?
- How do I stay motivated to floss late at night?