There never seems to be enough time in a day. Between carpool lines, meetings, practices and a laundry list of other things, finding an extra minute here and there can be like finding buried treasure. Of course cutting things out usually isn’t an option, but finding new quick, efficient, effective ways of doing them is.
Each time you visit the dentist, the same question is asked, “have you been flossing?” The answer should be yes. Whether it’s every time you brush your teeth or on a daily basis, you could be saving some time and your teeth.
This one-minute flossing technique is the ideal way to care for your teeth and is schedule friendly.
- Use your thumbs to floss your top teeth.
- Use your middle fingers to floss your bottom teeth.
- Make one of your fingers a pivot point so the thumb or finger can move around it.
- Tying the floss in a loop can be helpful as well.