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How to remove tartar

How to Remove Tartar from Teeth: The Best Tips and Tricks

If you're like most people, you probably don't think about your teeth until there's a problem. Tartar is one of the most common problems that people have with their teeth, and it can be difficult to remove without the help of a dentist. In this post, we discuss the best tips and tricks for removing tartar from your teeth. We'll also talk about how to prevent tartar from forming in the first place.

Gum Disease

Can Gum Disease be Cured

Gum disease is typically caused by a build-up of bacteria, food particles, and saliva on your teeth. This is more commonly known as "plaque". Over time, this plaque can harden and turn into tartar. Tartar is much more difficult to remove than plaque and can only be removed by a professional dental cleaning.

Cavity

How to Fix a Cavity

Believe it or not, 92% of adults have developed or will develop a cavity at some point in their lives (Radiance Dental). Cavities are tiny holes in teeth that result from poor dental hygiene practices. While the damage from a cavity is permanent, there are ways that your dentist can help stop a cavity from getting worse. And, of course, there are preventive measures you can take to avoid tooth decay.

Dental Mirror

Tips for a Healthy Smile

Here at ABG Dental, it is our top priority to provide the best dental care for all of our patients. And while dental checkups twice a year are extremely important for keeping up with your oral health, for the other 363 days a year, it is your responsibility to take care of your teeth. To help you maintain a healthy smile, here are some tips for practicing good oral hygiene year-round.

Gingivitis

What is Gingivitis and How to Prevent it

Gingivitis is a very mild form of gum disease. It can cause your mouth to become red and swollen, and can cause bleeding. If you do not get the proper treatment for gingivitis it can escalate into periodontitis, which is a more severe level of gum disease. Usually, gingivitis doesn’t cause pain.