Dental Flossing


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Brushing and flossing both are equally important for your teeth. For clean and germ-free teeth, floss and brush your teeth regularly.

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Dental Flossing

  1. 1. For Good Oral Health: DentalFlossing For More Details Visit
  2. 2. What is Dental Flossing?Taking a good care of your teeth is apart of oral healthcare. Cleaning your teeth includes morethan just brushing them. It also includesflossing too. Flossing your teeth is as important as brushing them. Thebristles of a brush cannot clean the plague between your teeth.Therefore dentists recommend flossing. Dental flossing is a very important process that removes dentalplague, bacteria and food from your teeth and gums. For More Details Visit
  3. 3. Importance of Flossing You can remove plague on your teeth by brushing, but that will not remove the plague between your teeth. It can only be done by flossing. Dental plague can cause various oral health problems, such as periodontal disease, cavities, tooth decay, and tooth loss. Plague also affects gums causing them to bleed or become sensitive and red. So removing plague saves your gums. For More Details Visit
  4. 4. Benefits of Flossing Flossing regularly removes the plague or food particles between your teeth that can prevent various oral health problems. It prevents and eliminate bad breath problem. It decreases the risk of getting gum diseases. It polishes your teeth to make it look brighter and cleaner. Clean teeth means perfect smile. For More Details Visit
  5. 5. How to Floss Your Teeth: Step 1 There are many types of floss available. You can either get them from your dentist or buy them from a pharmacist. Just choose the floss that is suitable for your teeth. Measure around 18 inches of floss and wind each ends around the middle finger of both of your hands. Grab around 2 inches of floss with your thumb and index finger. For More Details Visit
  6. 6. How to Floss Your Teeth: Step 2 Move floss smoothly between your teeth in a sawing motion and take extra care not to break the floss while doing this or it will hurt your gums. For More Details Visit
  7. 7. How to Floss Your Teeth: Step 3 When the floss is between your teeth curve it (making a C shape) and slide it up and down. When done, curve the floss in the opposite direction and do the same. Make sure the floss is not completely touching the gums while doing this. Floss between all your teeth in the same manner. In the end, brush your teeth and rinse with mouthwash or water. For More Details Visit
  8. 8. Reasons For Not Flossing Bleeding Gums? More of a reason to start flossing your teeth regularly. You get your teeth cleaned by a professional once in a while? FYI, it takes less than two days for plague to turn into solid calculus. Don’t have time to floss? Then try this, floss upper teeth in the morning and lower ones at night. Afraid that flossing might hurt your teeth or gum? It is all about how you floss. Floss correctly. For More Details Visit
  9. 9. Don’t Forget You may not be able to correctly floss your teeth at first, but you will get better if your floss regularly. When flossing for first time, gums might bleed or become sensitive. Don’t worry, this just means the plague stuck was removed. Your gums will heal and will not bleed again. If you still don’t understand how to correctly floss your teeth, then ask your dentist to show you how it is done. For More Details Visit
  10. 10. About Access Healthcare Access Healthcare® came to existence with the vision of gathering a team of talented and dedicated individuals who can serve the society with best health and wellness care. The goal of AHC is to improve the overall health of people of every age naturally, without any surgery or drugs. For this reason we offer services such as chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, dental care, nutrition counseling, and physical therapy. For assuring the highest grade of healthcare service, we team up with highly trained and like minded professionals and improve your overall health naturally. For More Details Visit
  11. 11. Contact Access HealthcareGlobal Clinic488 S. River Road Des Plaines, IL 60016Ph: 847-803-1395 Fax: 847-294-9603Medcoa Plaza1000 Grand Canyon Parkway Suite 209 Hoffman Estates, IL 60193Ph: 847-310-9816 Fax: 847-310-9817Oak West17W697 Butterfield Road Suite B Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181Ph: 630-605-7424 Fax: 630-873-2186Email: For More Details Visit
  12. 12. Important Information Before acting upon any healthcareadvice it is recommended to consult a good dentist first. Visit our Hoffman Estates and Chicago Dental Clinic Website: