There has been a lot about flossing in the news recently, even though there may not be research to back up flossing is good...what research is there that it isn't good? So, keep flossing it doesn't hurt you and there is something to be said about getting the food & bugs out from in between the teeth!

The Philadelphia Tribune (11/29, Faust) discusses how to care for teeth, recommending people brush their teeth twice a day, floss daily, and visit the dentist regularly. β€œOne of the best things we can do for our teeth is to brush them regularly,” the article states, adding that flossing is also necessary to remove particles of food from between teeth and to remove plaque.  MouthHealthy.org provides additional information on brushing teeth and resources for patients on flossing, including the correct flossing technique