Tartar and dental plaque
The dental plaque is a thin layer transparent and sticky that accumulates on the surface of teeth. It contains bacteria with food debris, sugar, saliva that dirties the teeth even if you have good dental hygiene, since bacteria are constantly formed. It is the leading cause of tooth decay and other gum diseases.
To avoid dental plaque, it is necessary to brush and floss regularly. If it is not removed, it accumulates and mineralizes, hardening until it becomes tartar. Tartar can be seen because it gives a brown or yellowish color to the teeth. It is necessary to visit the dentist to remove it by cleaning the mouth.
The tartar, as well as pose a problem for healthy teeth and gums, it is an aesthetic problem, since the porous being, is easier than staining the teeth, especially if you smoke or drink coffee, tea, etc.
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