Do you really need to floss, or should you give it a toss?
A new survey says about 25 percent of Americans fib to their dentists about how often they floss, but a new report says you may not need to feel guilty about your little pearly white lie. Even so, NBC’s Morgan Radford reports for TODAY that if you don’t floss every day, it’s still important to brush for two minutes twice a day. (Run time: 2:20)
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