Even for the most committed, flossing can sometimes feel like a chore—and if you don’t do it regularly, restarting the habit can be not just difficult, but painful. At the same time, we all know how important flossing is to overall dental health. Even if you brush after every meal, tiny particles of food can hide between your teeth and under your gumline. Over time, those particles form plaque, and can cause damage to your gums and your enamel.
But don’t lose hope! Anyone can build a flossing habit that would make their hygienist proud. Read on for tips and suggestions on how to make flossing a part of your daily routine.