Facts about Water Flossing

Water Flossing

Blog Highlights:

  • Water flossing is done with the use of a water flosser
  • It is basically the act of using water to clean in between and around your teeth
  • Water flossing is ideal for those who cannot floss by hand or for those who find it difficult to use traditional floss
  • It is also ideal for those who are wearing fixed bridges and braces

Water flossing helps you clean your teeth in areas that can be hard to reach with the use of a water flosser. This device is handheld; it sprays water in pulses and allows you to clean in between your teeth and around them. This product is ideal for removing food debris in between your teeth.

This product is typically used by individuals who cannot use traditional floss or for those who cannot floss by hand. This can also be used by people who have undergone recent dental work, or for those who are wearing fixed bridges, as well as braces.

Flossing once a day is an important part of the proper dental hygiene regimen. You should also brush your teeth for at least two minutes twice a day and you should also have your teeth checked by the dentist on a regular basis.