Medical experts have found that dental floss can prevent dental diseases better than toothbrushes. Normal brushing can only remove about 70% of dental plaque. Every tooth has five sides. Usually, brushing can only clean three of them thoroughly, but it is difficult to remove the dirt between the teeth.
In other words, the germs hidden in the cavities between the teeth and the plaque and tartar between the adjacent surfaces of the teeth cannot be brushed. In fact, these parts are the places where bacteria accumulate and dental diseases occur. Countless experiences have proved that only dental floss can perform and act as a “scavenger” in this field. It can easily reach the narrow gaps between teeth, which are difficult to reach for brushing, gargle and flossing, and effectively remove food residues between the teeth. Dental plaque and soft tartar can thoroughly clean your teeth without damaging your gums, which is safe and reliable.