Discomfort In The Tooth Gap After Using Dental Floss?
Hi I want a gap in my teeth that is close to the gums but the gap between the teeth is tight. The rest of the food often enters the tooth gap from the side of the teeth because of the distance. To overcome this I always use dental floss 2 layers of spy can reach the gap wide teeth because if one layer is too thin so that food scraps cannot come out. But when inserting or extracting from a tooth gap is difficult because the gap of the narrow upper gap needs to be forced to press or pull the spy out of the tooth gap. For a long time I felt under the gum part I feel a tooth gap / discomfort and my teeth become sensitive. Does the effort to pull out / insert 2 layer dental floss by force in a narrow gap can cause sensitive teeth and discomfort in the gums? thx
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The use of dental floss or inappropriate dental floss can disrupt the gums and damage the tooth layer. If the distance between one tooth with another tooth is indeed quite far as you said, it should be able to be cleaned when you brush your teeth, so you do not need to coat two dental floss. Dental floss is used to reach areas that cannot be reached by a toothbrush. Brushing teeth is the main way to clean teeth and oral cavity. The role of brushing your teeth cannot be replaced by using dental floss only. If the use of dental floss makes your teeth uncomfortable, you should see a dentist for further examination. The doctor will explain whether there is damage due to improper use of dental floss or there may be other disorders of your teeth and gums. The doctor will provide the appropriate treatment for you after checking you directly.
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