Dental floss vs. water pick: Which is better?

Feb 14, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Mayo Clinic

Dr. Alan B. Carr, Department of Dental Specialties at Mayo Clinic, is a consultant in the Division of Prosthodontics and a professor of dentistry at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.

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amanda

Oklahoma City, OK

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Judge it!
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Mar 11, 2010
 
water picks made my gums reseed around my dental work.
Stuart

Bangkok, Thailand

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Mar 28, 2010
 
Floss is best. Flossing is the only method which positively cleans the contact points between the teeth.

Waterpick may be helpful if unable to floss due to braces or bridges.

Stuart. www.flossfirst.com

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