You can’t stay healthy without a healthy mouth. Period.
Yet each day your mouth is exposed to bacteria, toxic heavy metals, and everything in between. It doesn’t take much for plaque to start forming a film over your teeth and gums, triggering the precursor to tartar, decay, and gum disease.
So how can you get rid of plaque… and keep it from coming back?
Can you confidently say that your mouth is strong, healthy, and resilient?
Unfortunately, most of us can’t. Even if you haven’t had a cavity in a few years, the simple absence of cavities doesn’t equate to dynamite oral health. Instead, it’s possible that hard-to-see plaque is quietly infiltrating your mouth and laying the groundwork for tartar to take control.
Plaque and tartar pave the way for gum disease and all of the symptoms that periodontitis triggers, from bleeding gums and loose teeth to oral cancer. By learning how to remove tartar from your teeth and embracing positive dental habits, you can protect your smile for many years to come.