Most of us know that brushing and flossing daily will help us maintain healthy teeth and gums.
If we visit the dentist twice a year for cleanings as expert sources such as Experts at Colgate recommend, that’s all we have do—right?
The answer is yes, but it’s a qualified yes, since there is more you can do at home to reduce the build-up of tartar on your teeth.
Tartar build-up makes it more difficult to clean your teeth thoroughly, and this can lead to swollen gums, bleeding or developing cavities (Health Tips Portal).
And the Mayo Clinic advises maintaining good dental hygiene and a healthy level of bacteria in your mouth to reduce the risk of developing gum disease or infection.
How to Remove Tartar: 4 Easy Ways
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Here’s four easy ways:
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Which natural tartar removal tip will you try first?
Tell us in the comments section below which method has worked best for you 🙂63