Plaque and tartar

What are Plaque Disclosing Tablets and How to Use Them?

Plaque disclosing tablets are chewable tablets which contain a vegetable dye that temporarily stains the layer of plaque red or purple. It helps to visualize the areas with plaque build-up.

What is Plaque on Teeth? – Cause, Treatment & Prevention

Plaque on teeth is a sticky film of bacteria that forms on the tooth surface. Poor oral hygiene leads to a continuous deposit of plaque on teeth surface and with time it solidifies into tarter. Dental plaque is the main cause of cavities and gum disease. Following a proper oral hygiene regime will avoid cavity and gum disease.

Difference Between Plaque and Tartar – Symptoms, Cause, Treatment & Prevention

There is a significant difference between plaque and tartar. Plaque is a sticky colorless substance that covers the tooth around the gums. Plaque can eventually harden and forms tartar, also known as calculus.

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