Bad breath is one of concerns if you don't floss for a month. "When we eat, little bits of food might become caught in hard-to-reach regions between teeth
This might stagnate over time. Food decay generates sulphur chemicals that smell bad. This is prevented by flossing, which removes food debris.
Gingivitis is gum irritation caused by not flossing. Plaque buildup around the gums will inflame them. "This causes your gums to swell, bleed, and hurt.
Brushing may also cause gum bleeding. Thankfully gingivitis is reversible and when you continue flossing, your gums may become healthy again within two weeks."
Periodontal disease, often known as gum disease, begins with gingivitis. It destroys the soft tissue and bones surrounding the teeth, which may lead to tooth loss or loose teeth.
Redness, soreness, and bleeding in the gums are indicators of gum disease. If you ignore these signs and don't clean, you risk injuring your teeth's supporting bone.
You may be more prone to dental decay if you don't floss for a month. "Sweet and sticky meals may cling to teeth. Bacteria in tooth plaque break these chemicals down and release acid.
Tooth decay may result from this acid. You'll need to see a dentist if your tooth becomes cavitated. Flossing effectively prevents dental decay and cleans all tooth surfaces