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Ask your dentist in Belmont, and he or she is sure to tell you that flossing your teeth is one of the most effective things you can do to maintain good oral health, but are you flossing yours the right way? Watch this video to learn more.

When you floss your teeth, be sure to reach all of the surfaces, including the backs of your teeth. Get the spaces between all of your teeth, and make sure that you reach the teeth in the back of your mouth. Following this routine every day will remove bacteria, food, and plaque and help to reduce your chances of tooth decay and gum disease.