4. Dental Flossing

Many children have teeth that have grown tightly crowded in their mouth and this increases the risk of interproximal caries.

Why do we use dental floss?
These proximal spaces are too narrow for the tooth brush to do its duty and also for the dentist to check for caries with the naked eye. That is why regular fluoride application and flossing aids the prevention of interproximal caries. Parents and children will be taught how to manipulate dental floss for a proper use, and our preventive- team is always present for guidance.