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NATIONAL FLOSSING DAY – Day After Thanksgiving

National Flossing Day - Day After Thanksgiving

NATIONAL FLOSSING DAY

After enjoying a grand meal, National Flossing Day reminds us to take care of our teeth and gums. This health observance takes place each year on the day after Thanksgiving!

The American Dental Association recommends flossing at least once a day to achieve the best results for oral health. Daily flossing removes plaque from areas between your teeth where a toothbrush is ineffective.  Plaque can turn into calculus or tarter so it is important to floss daily.  Flossing is also an important step in the prevention of gum disease and cavities.

When is National Smile Day?

Taking care of our teeth and gums is an important health practice that helps us enjoy many Thanksgiving dinners to come. There are a variety of flossing products that help us take care of teeth. We can use waxed or unwaxed floss. Minty wax gives our gums a fresher breath. The floss removes food particles and prevents plaque build-up between cleanings.

For more information on flossing, go to www.Flossing.org.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalFlossingDay

This would be a good day to develop the habit of flossing. Do you ever wonder who invents the things that keep our teeth healthy? We explore 9 Inventors Who Influenced Dentistry to answer some of your questions. Use #NationalFlossingDay to post on social media.

NATIONAL FLOSSING DAY HISTORY

The National Flossing Council created National Flossing Day in the year 2000.


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