According to the American Dental Association, the best way to get rid of tartar is by daily brushing and cleaning of the teeth and by flossing. Tartar occurs when the plaque that forms on the teeth has not been removed w... More »

Only a dental professional can remove tartar once it has formed, according to WebMD. Dental Fear Central describes the professional cleaning process as beginning with an ultrasonic instrument that knocks loose large piec... More »

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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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Visiting a dentist is the only to remove tartar that has already formed; however, certain tips, including brushing the teeth often, using tartar-control toothpaste that contains fluoride and limiting the intake of sugary... More »

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To remove tartar from your teeth, brush for two minutes using tartar-control toothpaste and an electric toothbrush. Complete the process by brushing a second time with salt and baking soda, then rinse your mouth with sal... More »

Many possible side effects can arise without regular teeth brushing, the most common of which include plaque and tartar build-up. Other common side effects include cavities, swollen gums and bad breath. More »

According to Breath MD, the most effective way to alleviate garlic breath is to thoroughly brush your teeth, scrape you tongue, floss between the teeth and then use a mouthwash. When you do not have access to the supplie... More »

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