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Tartar

What is tartar?


Tartar is plaque that has been petrified and can be created even under the gumline and irritate the tissues. The stone slab feeds and creates scope for development, which can cause serious problems such as cavities and periodontitida.   Dental stone threatens the health of your teeth and your gums, but also creates an aesthetic problem. Because it is porous, it easily absorbs stains from tobacco and coffee.   Therefore you have one more reason to prevent its development.

Tartar can be avoided in the following ways:


• By brushing our teeth regularly and especially after each big or small meal.
• By using dental floss.
• By eating fruits and vegetables that are suitable for physical combat of plaque such as  carrots, apples, cucumbers, etc.
• By avoiding sweets
• By visiting our dentist regularly.
If the stone has been formed, only your dentist is capable of removal without causing injury and damage to soft tissues surrounding the tooth, or even the neighboring teeth


Tartar is a plaque that has been petrified and can be created even under the gumline and irritate the tissues. The stone slab feeds and creates scope for development, which can cause serious problems such as cavities and periodontitida. Dental stone threatens the health of your teeth and your gums, but also creates an aesthetic problem. Because it is porous, it absorbs stains easily from tobacco and coffee. Therefore you have one more reason to prevent its development.

The tartar can be avoided by the following ways:

• To brush our teeth regularly and especially after each big or small meal.
• To use dental floss.
• Eating fruits and vegetables that are suitable for physical combat of plaque such as
carrots, apples, cucumbers, etc.
• Avoid sweets
• To visit our dentist regularly. If the stone has been formed, only your dentist is capable of removal without causing injury and damage to soft tissues surrounding the tooth, or even the neighboring teeth