Let’s face it: no one likes to floss. In an age of so much tech advancements making our lives easier, it’s crazy to think that we’re still rubbing a string in between our teeth to clean them. But gum disease effects over half of Adult Americans, according to the Center for Disease Control. Cleaning between your teeth, where your toothbrush is missing, needs to be a top priority.
Plus, flossing isn’t even proven to be the best way to clean between your teeth. There has to be a better way, especially since recent research states many people use floss incorrectly or not at all. The American Dental Association recommends cleaning between your teeth at least once a day as an important part of overall oral health.