Knowing how and how often to floss properly is essential for keeping good oral hygiene. Flossing removes plaque that can develop between your teeth and helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease by cleaning the tight spaces in between teeth that your toothbrush can’t seem to reach.
No one likes to hear it, but it’s worse not to know it: You have bad breath. We all know the usual culprits of bad breath, garlic and onion take the typical top spots on the list. However, you can’t fully blame them because there are some non obvious foods that can spoil your freshness even further.