Here's something you may not know - nearly half the surface area of your teeth lies between them. And no, we're not telling you this so you can ace your next trivia night!
The fact is, if you're relying solely on brushing, you're not effectively cleaning a large portion of your teeth; so, flossing should be an essential part of your oral care routine and not an optional extra. By using floss to remove the plaque from between your teeth, you're helping to prevent gum disease, tooth decay, and halitosis (otherwise known as "bad breath"). That's a lot of upside for just a couple of minutes spent each day flossing between your teeth!
Read more about the importance of flossing and why it’s essential for your oral health by downloading the Flossing Fact Sheet provided by the ADA: