At Bilski Dental, we often encounter questions about the best oral hygiene practices, particularly regarding the order of brushing and flossing. It’s a common curiosity: should one brush before flossing, or floss before brushing?
Here’s our take on this age-old debate.
Brushing and Flossing: The Order Doesn’t Matter

  • Whether you choose to brush then floss or floss then brush, what truly matters is that you do both
  • The key is consistency and thoroughness in your oral hygiene

Personal Preferences in Oral Care:

  • We understand that personal habits and preferences play a role. For example, some people prefer to floss in the morning to remove plaque built up overnight, then
  • Finding a routine that works for you and sticking to it is crucial for maintaining dental

The Role of Waterpiks
in Oral Hygiene:

  • Recent research
    suggests that using a Waterpik can be more effective than traditional
  • Waterpiks, especially
    cordless models used in the shower, can be a convenient and effective
    addition to your oral care routine.

At Bilski Dental, we advocate
for a comprehensive approach to oral hygiene. Whether you brush first or
floss first, the most important thing is that you take care of your teeth
consistently and thoroughly.

Looking for personalized
dental care and advice? Visit Bilski Dental for all your oral health needs.
Schedule your appointment today and embrace a healthier

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