Yes, it is perfectly safe to use dental floss every day. Dental professionals often recommend flossing as a way to keep your teeth clean and guard against plaque and tartar buildup. Floss can reach into areas where a toothbrush doesn’t easily fit. Daily flossing is a smart addition to your oral care routine.
The day a baby’s first tooth pops through is a momentous occasion. More teeth will come over the next few years. After that, the process starts working in reverse — the baby teeth fall out! If you’re ever been fascinated (or a little perplexed) by that process, now’s the time to learn more about the life cycle of baby teeth.
Those who are attempting to turn their bathroom and household into something that is greener and more eco-friendly likely don't think much about their floss. Yet they should. Typical floss uses a plastic container that stores the floss. As for the floss, itself, it's often made of nylon which is another material that isn't biodegradable.
If you're interested in a zero-waste lifestyle, then you need to make sure that the oral hygiene products you're using are, at the very least, biodegradable. Yet it can be confusing to know what biodegradable dental products actually mean. Here's what you need to know about the biodegradable dental products as well as some of our best products that are biodegradable.
There's been a lot of focus on vegan diets and their health benefits as of late. Yet one often-overlooked aspect of health is oral care. Before you start on a vegan diet, you may wonder if the lifestyle is good or bad for your teeth. The answer is somewhere in the middle.