Plaque is a sticky, colorless film of bacteria that constantly forms on the teeth and along the gum line. It contains bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease.
As the plate is formed and not removed with brushing and flossing, can harden into tartar – sometimes called calculus – that is calcified (or hardened) plaque that adheres to the enamel teeth and below the gum line.
it is rough and porous and can lead to receding gums and gum disease. You may have:
- The pain that interferes with daily living
- weight loss or nutrition problems eating or chewing painful or difficult
- Tooth loss, which can affect your appearance, confidence and self-esteem
- In rare cases, a dental abscess that can cause serious injury or even fatal infections.
How to remove tartar and plaque permanently
- 2 tablespoons Nutshell (nut)
- 6.7 oz (200 ml) of water
Directions: nutshells Put in a pot with water. Boil the mixture for 20 minutes. When cool, strain, then soak the toothbrush in this liquid. Brush your teeth for 5 minutes. Do this 3 times a day.
Dental hygiene is very important. The following tips will help keep plaque and tartar at bay. Dental Health Foundation theBritish recommends the following method:
- Place the head of your toothbrush against your teeth, then tilt the bristle tips to a 45 degree angle against thegum line. Move the brush in small circular movements, several times, on all surfaces of each tooth.
- brush the outer surfaces of each tooth, upper and lower, keeping the bristles angled against the gum line.
- use the same method on the inside surfaces of all teeth.
- brush the chewing surfaces of teeth.
- To clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and make several small circular movements with the front of the brush.
- Brushing your tongue will help freshen breath and will clean your mouth by removing bacteria