If your kiddo has crowded teeth, you may need to replace the Cocofloss strand more frequently (once for every one to two spaces between teeth).
One thing to note from Dr. Chrys (Cocofloss co-founder and dentist): If your little one already has teeth that are spaced too tight to floss, check with your child’s dentist about strategies to expand their jaws while they’re still growing. Primary (baby) teeth should have ample space around them. If your child’s teeth are crowded, it may be a sign that their jaws are underdeveloped for their age. Common contributing factors include (but are not limited to) tongue tie, oral-posture issues, and mouth breathing. Your kiddo’s dentist should be able to suggest next steps.