How to Clean the Tart of My Teeth

Clean the Tart of My Teeth

When dental plaque or dead bacteria hardens in teeth, it becomes tartar. Tartar, also known as the calculus, varies from yellow to brown. Although it is said that plaque is the main cause of tooth decay, it is the deposit of tartar that causes the greatest damage. These deposits should be removed to avoid painful and unattractive tooth decay as well as gum disease. When practicing good dental hygiene, you can avoid plaque that leads to tartar deposits, so you should pay close attention to this article on how to…

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Detachable retention wire

retention wire

At the end of orthodontic treatment, it is routine to glue a thread to the back of the teeth in order to maintain the correction obtained. It sometimes happens that this wire can take off or break. In any case, please contact us. In the meantime, you can cover the part that troubles you with wax. If you do not have wax, you can use sugarless chewing gum. There are three reasons for the detachment of the thread: Contamination of glue by saliva. The glue cannot then reach all its strength of resistance. The wire will…

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Gingivitis is a gum disease caused by plaque . It affects about three-quarters of people over age 35 according to the World Health Organization. It is a disease that can become serious but has the advantage of evolving slowly. WHAT IS GINGIVITIS? The gingivitis is caused by plaque . This is continually forming and must be removed daily by brushing. If the dental plaque settles too much it turns into tartar , a hard limestone layer against which brushing is not effective. Bacteria continue to develop under the tartar and attack the gums . Sensitivity to this disease can be increased by other serious diseases , such as leukemia, AIDS or diabetes. Other factors also…

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