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Only a dental professional can remove plaque, so visit the dentist regularly for cleaning. To fight dental plaque at home, floss and brush your teeth regularly to control tartar, which builds up and hardens into plaque. ... More »

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Some time-tested home remedies, including salsa, figs and black tea, help to combat plaque and tartar. However, brushing and flossing teeth twice a day is the most recommended way to remove tartar and plaque naturally, a... More »

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Some ways to remove plaque from teeth and prevent its development include brushing for two minutes twice a day, flossing, and receiving regular dental cleanings from a professional. Using fluoride and mouth rinses are an... More »

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Some time-tested home remedies, including salsa, figs and black tea, help to combat plaque and tartar. However, brushing and flossing teeth twice a day is the most recommended way to remove tartar and plaque naturally, a... More »

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To remove tobacco stains from the teeth, quit smoking, see a dentist, use whitening products at home and brush and floss daily. For harder-to-remove stains, consider more intensive whitening methods, such as dental venee... More »

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Deep cleaning stops the progression of periodontal disease, prevents deterioration of the bone and tissue supporting the teeth, and encourages regrowth of the gums. A deep cleaning is not the same as a routine dental cle... More »

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