If we brush our teeth along with water flossing before going to bed, we will be waking up to fresher breath in the morning.
Morning bad breath is caused by food debris trapped in between our teeth that is not thoroughly brushed away or cannot be reached from brushing, leaving it stuck in crevices on the surface of our tongue, in between the teeth and on the gum line. Bacteria in our mouth break down this debris resulting in undesirable morning breath. If debris and bacteria are rinsed away before going to bed, we will wake up to fresher breath and healthier oral hygiene. Water flossing is probably the only effective method in thoroughly rinsing away trapped food debris and bacteria, and it can be done in the comfort of home, within a minute daily.
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