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    So I just started flossing yesterday, for first time and I realised that some of my teeth are tight, so it's quite difficult to floss. And I guess the more I'll floss between those tight teeth, it might eventually create a gap overtime and I don't want that to happen.
    So do I avoid flossing and will it create a gap?
    I feel like I'm putting so much pressure for floss to get in.
    I'm using the Pearlie White FlossCare
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I just started flossing yesterday, for first time and I realised that some of my teeth are tight, so it's quite difficult to floss. And I guess the more I'll floss between those tight teeth, it might eventually create a gap overtime and I don't want that to happen.
    So do I avoid flossing and will it create a gap?
    I feel like I'm putting so much pressure for floss to get in.
    I'm using the Pearlie White FlossCare
    While it may create gaps it is better than having food there wedged between your teeth causing it to rot and giving you bad breath. You will also end up having to pay a ton of money to a hygienist to take it out for you. I also found it tricky at first to floss but it is now easier. I don't think there is anything wrong with your teeth having a tiny gap in it. It's not noticeable or anything and they wouldn't recommend flossing if there were any serious problems with it.


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