Flossing is an excellent practice for your oral care routine. It helps remove plaque from places your toothbrush can’t reach—which is an estimated 40% of your mouth! Dentists everywhere advocate for safe and healthy flossing when it comes to your dental health.

However, you can be too aggressive with your flossing to the point that you actually damage your teeth and gums. When done incorrectly, harsh flossing can cause a host of problems. Here’s how you can know if you’re hurting your smile by flossing too aggressively!

An article by Dr. Hayes Aronson.  Originally published by Your Dental Health Resource.

Read the full article here: CAN YOU BE TOO AGGRESSIVE WITH YOUR FLOSSING?