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Dental floss picks are small plastic tools with a piece of floss at the end. The back of the tool is curved to make flossing easier. This dental tool also features a plastic pick for removing larger food particles. More »

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Dental floss is made of a core of nylon, silk, rubber, plastic or polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE, surrounded by various ingredients such as flavors, wax and other substances, according to Thomas P. Donnelly, D.D.S. Oth... More »

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It is not possible to floss too much. Water Tower Dental Care recommends flossing once every 24 hours, and again after consuming messy meals that leave food stuck in between teeth. More »

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To get white teeth, brush, floss and use mouthwash consistently, go to the dentist, minimize habits that discolor the teeth, and use whitening products. Results from certain whitening products can be seen within a few da... More »

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Dental floss is made of a core of nylon, silk, rubber, plastic or polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE, surrounded by various ingredients such as flavors, wax and other substances, according to Thomas P. Donnelly, D.D.S. Oth... More »

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Floss your teeth by winding 18 inches of floss around your middle fingers and carefully guiding it between your teeth using your thumbs and index fingers. Gripping the floss tightly, slide it back and forth between your ... More »

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To floss with braces, use at least 18 inches of waxed floss and thread the floss over the wire, then between the teeth. Floss slowly and carefully, then remove the floss and rethread it between the next pair of teeth. Al... More »

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