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Why flossing is equally important as brushing your teeth?

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Brushing covers just 75% of your teeth area. Now, what about the remaining 25%? None of the brushes can clean this area. The food residue which stick these tight spots either get decomposed slowly or it forms a thin layer of plaque. Gradually these spots become a breeding ground for the germs which results in a cavity, bad breath, discoloration yellow patches. You can avoid it with regular flossing. So flossing accompanied with correct brushing is equally important.

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Brushing covers just 75% of your teeth area. Now, what about the remaining 25%? None of the brushes can clean this area. The food residue which stick these tight spots either get decomposed slowly or it forms a thin layer of plaque. Gradually these spots become a breeding ground for the germs which results in a cavity, bad breath, discoloration yellow patches. You can avoid it with regular flossing. So flossing accompanied with correct brushing is equally important.

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