Do you experience excess pain when you try to floss your teeth? Do you frequently pull out your floss to find it stained with red? If so, don’t make the common mistake of using it as an excuse to not floss. In fact, keeping up a proper once-a-day flossing schedule may be exactly what you need.
Any pain and bleeding that may occur during flossing is not going to go away if you stop flossing. So long as you floss regularly, once every day, you should discover that the pain diminishes over time while your fragile gum tissues become stronger. On the other hand, if you have already begun to develop gingivitis, you may need professional help. Contact our Federal Way dentistry clinic for additional information.