What Is Tartar?

7 Critical Problems And Diseases To Prevent

Bacterial plaque, which accumulates at the gum margin, plays a crucial role in the development of periodontal disease.

Tartar, also known as dental calculus, is formed by the accumulation and hardening of dental plaque. This plaque, combined with minerals from saliva, bacteria, and food debris.

Impact of Tartar on Dental and General Health

Dental Abscesses: Infection that forms a pocket of pus in the gums, often resulting from gingivitis or periodontitis.

The only effective method to treat tartar is to see a dentist or dental hygienist. These professionals will safely remove tartar by using special instruments.

Strategies to Prevent Tartar Buildup

Drinking tea or using it as a mouthwash can reduce bacteria in the mouth thanks to its antimicrobial activity.

Maintaining good oral health is essential to avoid complications such as root cavities, periodontal disease, and tartar accumulation.

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