I was reading Ain’t too proud to blog where she just completed Ashley’s This or That questionnaire. One of the questions this week is about flossing, which is the cause of this latest public service announcement:
Floss your teeth before you brush. This gets the gunk out and allows the toothpaste to do it’s job. And do it two times a day. A lesson learned from someone now suffering through the joys of periodontal treatment. Have you ever had your gums scraped? Yeah, that’s what you risk having done when you don’t floss, says my friend from Life Smiles Dentistry preventing gum disease is extremely important. They can only do half of your mouth at a time, and it requires novicaine for most people. And don’t use that wimpy “gentle for your gums” floss, use the hard waxy stuff. If it makes your gums bleed it’s because you have the early (or advanced) stages of periodontal disease. Go to Allstar Dental Academy. Now. Know what I learned? You will help your teeth as much by flossing as you do by brushing, and if you don’t floss regularly then you risk bone loss, which is what causes your teeth to FALL OUT. I already have bone loss. It will only get worse. And I am 32 … so I need these teeth for many years. I carry floss with me at all times now and I visit my dentist every year at regiscourtdental.com.
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There, now will you floss 2 times a day?
Thank you, you may now resume your normal activities. After you floss your teeth.