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Dental tartar

Did you know that during the day there accumulates soft dental plaque on the teeth, and we clean it with a toothbrush and dental floss. But there are places which we do not reach. After a few days plaque mineralizes in uncleaned areas, and within ten to twenty days they turn into dental tartar. Most likely dental tartar forms in those places where teeth while eating does not clean itselves, i.e. between the teeth, around the neck of the teeth, in dental pockets, on the teeth, which are not being chewed with, on the inner surface of the teeth. They interfere with the natural purification of the mouth, holding bacteria, does not look aesthetic, can cause bad breath, gingivitis, parodontosis, so they must be periodically removed.

 

Professional oral hygiene is recommended every 6 months, and if the tartar tends to accumulate intensively and if you have periodontal diseases – every 3-4 months.