Dentists recommend daily flossing to help remove decay-causing material from between and under gums.
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Horrible Dental Floss
from New York, NY
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Comments about Walgreens Dental Tape, Waxed, Mint, 50 yd:
So who writes a review about dental floss? That would be me, in order to warn others. It is hardly waxed at all and impossible to get in and out of your teeth. I threw it away.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Step 1: Cut off about 18 inches od tape and wind around the middle or index finger of each ahnd until you have about 2 inches to work with.
Step 2: Gently work tape between teeth (don't snap it in) and move back and forth and up and down against each tooth, including under gum line, to loosen plaque.
Step 3: Let about an inch uncoil from your left hand and take up the slack with your right hand so that you have a fresh piece of tape every few teeth.
Step 4: Gently pull tape out from between your teeth.
Note: Slight gum bleeding during flossing is frequently a sign of unhealthy gums. By flossing daily, bleeding should stop. Consult your dentist if bleeding persists.