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HOW TO REMOVE PLAQUE AND TARTAR FROM YOUR TEETH AT HOME

by Sugata C. HEALTHY and FITNESS

HOW TO REMOVE PLAQUE AND TARTAR FROM YOUR TEETH AT HOME

Remove Dental Plaque
Remove Dental Plaque
Lovely smiles with White teeth always draw attention and add a dimension to your beauty. Therefore, it is utmost important to take proper care of our teeth and oral hygiene. Our teeth tend to get affected by tartar and plaque which adversely affects the shine and whiteness of our teeth. Plaque is a sticky, soft and almost invisible film of bacteria that accumulates on the teeth, gums, and tongue, as well as in dental restorations such as dentures, crowns and fillings. The bacteria found in this film are often responsible for cavities, tooth decay and periodontal or gum disease. Tartar arises from plague, when plague stays for a longer time on your teeth; it hardens and turns into tartar. Tartar is a yellow hard deposit on the teeth, consisting of food, mineral salts, and calcium carbonate. Tartar is also called calculus. The longer this substance stays in the mouth, the more problems it will cause. Even if you take good care of your teeth there are some bacteria left in the mouth which leads to tartar and that may eventually lead to cavities and tooth decay.

Oral hygiene is of utmost importance. If you already have plaque on your teeth, do not let the tooth pain, gum swelling, and increased sensitivity from this bacterial infection trouble you anymore. This article will talk about different remedies as well as tips to keep tartar and plaque at bay. Keep your teeth and mouth healthy with all natural scrubs and cleansing solutions. Use these amazing home remedies to remove plaque and tartar from your teeth.

20 AMAZING WAYS TO REMOVE PLAQUE AND TARTAR FROM TEETH AT HOME

1.     Brush Your Teeth Properly
brush your teeth
The most important factor in plaque removal and prevention is rigorous daily brushing. You need to brush daily to remove plaque as it forms so that it does not turn into hardened tartar which usually has to be removed by a dentist or hygienist. Brush your teeth at least twice a day, making sure to get around the gums and tongue as well. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommended the following method as the most efficient: Hold your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle against your gum line. Point it upward, or toward your nose every time you clean the upper teeth; downward, or toward the chin when you are brushing the lower teeth. This angle also helps you clean the gum line, something that many people miss.

2.     Use Fluoride Toothpaste
There is a very good reason why commercial toothpaste recipes almost always contain fluoride.
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