A: Ideally you should floss after meal, but at minimum you should floss once a day.
Flossing is an essential part of maintaining dental health, as it removes plaque and food debris from the spaces between your teeth that a toothbrush can’t reach. And flossing isn’t just good for your teeth. Studies have shown that flossing actually helps to prevent strokes and heart attacks.
If you are not 100% certain of the best way to floss, visit our office and we will be happy to give you a demonstration.
Dr. Natalie Khadavi sees patients in the Los Angeles area. Visit our website and give us a call at (310) 555-555 for more information about how we can provide you and your family with healthy smiles that last a lifetime.