If You Don'T Want Gaps Between Your Teeth, Floss!
Having neatly, evenly-spaced teeth is symmetrical and pleasing to look at. Unfortunately, teeth that start out that way don't necessarily stay that way. While bad habits like chewing your nails and smoking cigarettes can change the alignment of your teeth significantly, they're not the only things that can lead to gapping between teeth. If you're not a habitual flosser, you might end up developing space between your teeth that wasn't there before.