Dental floss does more harm than good

Many people use dental floss (floss) to clean between the teeth from plaque and food particles. Dentists have established that most brush their teeth with floss incorrectly and pushing plaque deeper. As a result, the cleaning process becomes useless, writes The Times of India.

Sometimes flossing can only do harm, according to researchers from the University of Newcastle. Movement of the floss backwards and forwards injure the gums and provoke the development of inflammation.

The Council of scientists is simple: you need to either learn how to use dental floss during the scheduled trip to the dentist, or to abandon the fixture in favour of a more thorough cleaning of the teeth conventional toothbrush. To get rid of hard-to-reach plaque will help rinse mouth without alcohol.

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