necklace PRIM BY MICHELLE ELIE
DIRECTOR: Marcus Gaab
FASHION: Ann-Kathrin Obermeyer
MAKE-UP & HAIR: Catrin Kreyss using Chanel
MODEL: Christiane Bördner
DENTIST: Privatzahnärztliche Praxis Rudolf Zimmermann, Fasanenstr. 42, Berlin
VIDEO EDIT: Klara Plainer
A LITTLE FLOSSING INSTRUCTION
(PLEASE DO TRY THIS AT HOME!)
- Use unwaxed dental floss.
- Make sure floss is tight against tooth surface and fingers are close to teeth, approximately one inch of floss between fingers.
- Rock floss back and forth to get into tight spaces – do not snap down onto tissues.
- Keep right hand on right side and left hand on left side.
- Remember two fingers do not crowd your mouth like four fingers will.
- Wrap the floss just past the first knuckle, not around the end of the finger.
- To floss the upper teeth, use the thumbs or thumb and one finger. To floss the lower teeth, use two fingers.
- Always keep the right hand on the right and the left hand on the left.
- Slide fingers or thumbs about an inch apart on floss pushing as you go.
- If teeth are tight together rock floss carefully back and forth until it is loose between teeth.
- Make a C shape with the floss around the shape of the tooth keeping fingers close together.
- Start in the same place every time, count the teeth and follow the tongue.