When you first introduce flossing to your oral care routine, it is normal to bleed a little. However, if you bleed every time you floss you are probably flossing too hard:
– Flossing too hard can damage your gums and tooth enamel leading to sensitivity.
– You only need to floss once a day.
– Remember that flossing is to remove plaque from your teeth – no need to pull hard against the gumline.
“Schedule a checkup with your dentist to review your flossing techniques to protect and enhance your smile instead of harming it!”
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