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Tartar - Dental Plaque (Part 2)


Tartar and Dental Plaque - 2.

To avoid having loose teeth!

The best way to avoid tartar formation is to practice good dental hygiene and visit your dentist at least once a year.

    • It is important not only to brush the teeth but also the gums with a suitable brush.
    • It is essential to clean the gum line of each tooth with each brushing.
    • The use of dental floss is strongly recommended to remove plaque between the teeth, as tartar develops easily in tight spaces.

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  • This technology avoids putting these bacteria back into the mouth the next time you brush.
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The base of the brush is made of silver, in the last centuries, men put silver nuggets to disinfect drinking water to sanitize it.
  • During rest, a classic toothbrush does not destroy the millions of bacteria present in the filaments, the Silver Care brush successfully cleans with proof.
  • An excess of bacteria leads to increased formation of dental plaque which transforms into tartar, infiltrates under the gums, loosens teeth and increases bad breath.
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Eliminating dental plaque to avoid tartar is an act of preserving teeth and gums.

  • Your health starts with your mouth.

Notes and references Periodontal infections cause changes in traditional and novel cardiovascular risk factors, American Heart Journal, vol. 151, no 5,‎ May 2006




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