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Description Of Tartar

Posted on 11/21/2022 by SRD Muscle Shoals
Description Of Tartar A naturally occurring bacteria in your mouth mixes with food remnants particles forming a sticky substance known as plaque, which when left untreated hardens up forming tartar. Brushing your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste is the best way to get rid of plaque and tartar buildup.

How Can You Remove Tartar From Home?

The majority of the natural methods for removing plaque buildup, which can result in tartar formation, involve using items you most likely already have at home. You can use one of the following methods for a natural remedy for removing plaque.
White vinegar is antibacterial and can help prevent plaque and tartar despite its unpleasant taste and unattractiveness as a gargle aid. Simply combine two teaspoons of white vinegar with half a teaspoon of salt in a small glass of water, stir it, and then use it to rinse your mouth up to twice per day.

Your teeth can look whiter with the aid of baking soda, which also helps to neutralize the acid that causes cavities. A paste can be created by combining a few drops of water with a half teaspoon of baking soda. Use the paste to gently brush your teeth for a minute, then thoroughly rinse with water. Apply the paste to your toothbrush.

One full teaspoon of Aloe-Vera-gel should be combined with 5 tablespoons of baking soda, 4 teaspoons of glycerin, 1 cup of water, and 1 drop of lemon essential oil. Once combined, brush your teeth with the solution to gradually remove tartar and plaque

How Can You Prevent Tartar From Your Mouth

One of the best ways to prevent tartar from building up is to brush and floss daily to prevent bacteria build up in your teeth. Avoiding sugary foods can also help in limiting bacteria buildup in your saliva. Ensure you make a regular checkup of tartar. You can always give us a call or visit our team of specialists in our facility.
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