If you find yourself too tired to floss your teeth before bed at night, but recognize how important flossing is to your dental health routine, this post is for you. Priority Dental in Casper would like to give you a few ideas for unique times to floss, so you can keep your teeth and gums healthy.
- If you’re an early riser, try flossing in the morning right after you brush.
- Try just after lunch, but before you go back to work.
- Before or after you exercise. The condition of your teeth is just as important. Keep some floss in your gym bag and give your teeth and gums some attention along with the rest of your body.
- While watching your favorite TV show.
- While taking a bath. Any task is more enjoyable if it can be done while relaxing in a warm tub. Queue your relaxation playlist and turn off your phone for an at-home spa experience.
You’ve probably noticed that at every checkup, we ask, “Have you been flossing every day?” It really is a critical part of keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Brushing gets the tops and surfaces of your teeth. Flossing gets between them to clean out the gunk that builds up from the things we eat.
At Priority Dental in Casper, the dental health of our patients is something we take very seriously. Brush and floss every day (twice is better), and see us for regular cleanings and checkups. Our services include family and cosmetic dentistry. Call to schedule an appointment today!