Should You Brush Your Teeth or Floss Your Teeth First?

Floss First or Brush First
Posted on 01/17/2019
Floss First or Brush First


















Daily brushing and flossing are one of the single most important parts of maintaining a healthy smile. But while we all know that brushing and flossing are important, there's one thing that most people still aren't clear on: is it better to brush your teeth first or floss your teeth first? At Children's Dentistry of Stuart, we strive to be a resource for all aspects of dental health, so here's our advice on the order of your oral hygiene.

Brushing First or Flossing First

For better or worse, the answer to this common question is fairly anticlimactic: the truth is, so long as you brush and floss your teeth diligently, it doesn't really matter which comes first. When it comes to oral hygiene, order matters much less than consistency. Ultimately, whether you brush first or floss first is a matter of personal preference.

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We hope you found this blog informative, and at the end of the day, what matters is to diligently brush and floss your teeth daily – the order is up to you. Feel free to reach out to us at our contact page if you have more questions about oral hygiene, or if you'd like to schedule a check-up for your child, just request an appointment online. We can't wait to hear from you, and we wish you luck in taking great care of your teeth!