She also said the back gap on the upper teeth needs to be done a lot as in the xray it looked like it may develop problem
I always get food stuck there really tight EVERYTIME I eat something. I floss in the correct manner all over, but for those two particular gaps at the back/top of my mouth, I usually get the floss and put it in and pull it out from one end, it seems to get the food out best this way, but the next day the gaps are aching. I maybe floss 2-3 times a day, two brief ones during the day, and then a proper floss at night
1) So is it possible to floss too much as it is only those two gaps that are aching. And if I am, am I expected to just go through the day with food stuck there, because I can feel it, and its annoying!
2) If so, what damage have I done, is the enamel worn away, and is it reversible?
P.S They got infected last year as I was probably flossing too hard
P.S It is the actual teeth that ache, not the gums