How Does Flossing Help Your Gums?

Updated 2 years ago by Atul Shastry

While having unhealthy gums aren't the main cause for getting bad teeth, it can increase your risk of losing a tooth or two, or even needing a root canal.

Brushing twice a day is essential for good oral hygiene, but so is regularly flossing – something that unfortunately a lot of us tend to skip.

Many people who suffer from sensitive or bleeding gums may be tempted to avoid flossing to avoid the pain and keep from making their bleeding gums worse. But in fact, flossing, when done right and consistently, can improve your gum health and helps prevent them from bleeding and having a bad smell.

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