Plaque and Tartar

Plaque can accumulate as a result of the presence of bacteria in the mouth, increasing the risk of tooth decay and gum disease if not removed.

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Say Goodbye to Plaque and Tartar

Plaque is a layer of bacteria that develops on our teeth when food particles, germs, and saliva combine. This plaque can develop into tartar if not removed with regular brushing and flossing. Tartar is a yellow-brown hard coating that forms on the teeth around the gums. It frequently develops in areas that are difficult to reach with a toothbrush, such as around tooth roots or deep crevices between two teeth and gums.

It is vital to practice proper oral hygiene and get your teeth professionally cleaned to avoid severe complications. If plaque on the teeth is not cleaned, it can lead to cavities and gum disease. Tartar, on the other hand, can irritate the gums and, if not removed, contribute to tooth decay and gum disease.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Plaque and tartar can cause various symptoms, including tooth decay, bad breath, gum disease and sensitivity. Plaque can cause tooth sensitivity, bleeding gums and redness. Tartar can cause discoloration of the teeth, receding gums and periodontal disease.

Keeping your teeth or gums healthy can help to avoid plaque buildup, which can continuously build up and accrue in between tooth surfaces. Regular brushing and flossing will remove plaque particles, but a dentist’s professional cleaning through scaling, root planing will remove tartar buildup.

Not only do tartar and plaque cause tooth decay, bad breath, and gum disease but they can also lead to tooth loss and be contributing factors to other health problems such as heart disease and diabetes.

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The Benefits


Plaque is a harmful combination of bacteria and acid that may destroy the outer layer of your teeth, causing cavities. It adheres to the surface of the teeth, generating a sticky coating that, if not removed on a regular basis, can cause damage.


Plaque can cause gum irritation and bleeding. If left untreated, it can progress to a more serious type of gum disease, resulting in receding gums and possibly tooth loss.


It is essential to eliminate plaque in order to prevent discoloration of your teeth and gums, as well as maintain their appealing appearance.


Poor oral hygiene leads to the buildup of bacteria and plaque in the mouth, resulting in bad breath.

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