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What's the best order for good tooth care?

Asked by robmandu (21247points) September 12th, 2008

A: mouthwash, brush, floss

B: floss, brush, mouthwash

C: brush, floss, mouthwash

D: brush, mouthwash, floss

E: mouthwash, floss, brush

F: floss, mouthwash, brush

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10 Answers

FrancisRude's avatar

Well, i dont really know, is it preference?

I personally do it in this order..

Floss, Gargle, Brush, and Mouthwash..

Sometimes, Floss, Pre-Brush Rinse, Brush, and Mouthwash.

sdeutsch's avatar

My dentist tells me that Option B is the best – I believe her exact words were “you wouldn’t mop the floor before you sweep, so why would you brush before you floss?” I never thought about it before, but it makes sense!

robmandu's avatar

heh… my dentist suggested flossing after brushing so as to help force some of the toothpaste up in between the teeth.

gailcalled's avatar

@Rob; tag was “hygiene.”—->

robmandu's avatar

< < doubly impressed b/c his google search didn’t return that result.

gailcalled's avatar

@Rob: eyes right >> if you aren’t on iPhone.

gailcalled's avatar

@Rob: Remember that you have been my teacher.

robmandu's avatar

< < thinks that the student may have exceeded the teacher.

kritiper's avatar

B. Twice a day: Before bed, after breakfast.

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