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... My problem was a short piece of floss wedged tightly between two teeth. ... (0 replies)
... I was flossing my teeth, and a huge peice of it got stuck between my back molars. It is pushing my other teeth together, and is really starting to hurt. ... (8 replies)
... The bite feels comfortable, but after each meal, food gets HEAVILY stuck between the crown and adjacent tooth. It appears to be an "open contact." Floss gets through quite easily with very little resistance. Whereas on other areas, resistance is needed to get that "snap" of the floss to get in between teeth. ... (1 replies)

... I could not get the stupid piece of floss to budge. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks, but I did get the floss out, simply by tying a knot in a new peice of floss and running that between my teeth. A very easy solution to an annoying problem! I wasted all that money on supplies for nothing! ... (8 replies)
... All I can say is keep trying to floss or use a toothpick. If you were able to put floss thru that space in the first place, you should be able to put floss thru it again. Get floss down there and run it under the gumline and pull it thru instead of popping the floss out like you would normally. ... (8 replies)
... I had a similar experience with floss getting caught between molars, and despite my efforts to dislodge it, nothing worked. ... (8 replies)
... interdental brush. I don't know if this is one of the things you already tried but it is like a thin pipe cleaner on the end of a brush handle. You can slide it between your molars and it amazingly pushes out all sorts of stuff. ... (8 replies)
... SEE YOUR DENTIST ASAP!!!!! If after all of what you have done the floss is still there, there is most certainly a problem. ... (8 replies)
... kinds of stuff that I bought from the drug store in a panic, and nothing seemed to work, and about an hour later, I got the idea to tie a knot in a new piece of floss and run it through there, and voila! it came right out. ... (8 replies)
... i know this may sound kind of strange but ive had this happen and there was actually nothing stuck i had just scratched my gums and it felt like something was still caught in it. ... (8 replies)
... I think it is good to try a few diffrent dental floss or takess and see which one works best. In some area's I have a hard time even getting the thin floss to go between my teeth. My dentist said it is a good thing that my teeth are so close together, but not for flossing! ... (64 replies)
... of it, and it felt like there was some inflammation beneath my nose, whether the gums or not I couldn't tell but above my top lip felt a bit numb. And different teeth would hurt or throb on different days. I got a cold as well, so the sinus thing got sooooo much worse. ... (5 replies)
... I always read that floss should be used at least one daily, preferable before sleep. But don't we hurt our gums when we do so EVERYDAY? ... (10 replies)
... a, possible CFS, Auto Immune Disorder, HypoT, Eating disordered and take lots of pills and vitamins. I brush and use that mouth wash stuff. I cant floss cuz my teeth are so close together that it takes FORCE to get between my teeth and then when the floss finally goes through i done hurt my gums bad and they are bleeding mad. ... (6 replies)
... I talked to an orthodontist about it. He said he couldn't do anything about it and I should floss it which I do. The food just gets stuck there easily and becomes a problem when I eat outside where I cannot floss. I'm seeing another orthodontist on tuesday as well. ... (3 replies)
... I get alot of food stuck now, but mine is because I have gum disease and have alot of recession, the gaps between my teeth where I have lost gum is causing me to get food trapped very easily. Don't know if anything can be done about this, have you looked at a water pik? ... (3 replies)
... You didn't mention, but it's important to floss as well. ... (5 replies)
Some advice...
Mar 5, 2001
... Well as I learned....It's not bad teeth that run in a family, it's how people in the same family take care of their teeth. ... (3 replies)
... to cut surgically. The dentist was worried, he called me in the evening to make sure I was alright. I was alright for a few months. Then, I started food getting stuck in my last two molars on top left. Gradually, more and more food started to stick in and a gap developed between those two molars. ... (1 replies)

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