You've brushed your teeth regularly since you were young. You know that regular brushing keeps plaque and cavities at bay, and you recognise that brushing keeps bad breath under control.
Furthermore, you enjoy swishing your mouth with antibacterial rinse. You know that mouthwash plays an important role in the fight against gum disease, and you've used the rinse to soothe irritated canker sores.
But you absolutely dread one step in your daily and nightly dental routine: flossing. Every time you floss, your gums feel sore and irritated. And when your gums bleed, you wonder if you cause more harm than good.
Are you doing something wrong?