How To Remove Tartar Buildup

  How To Remove Tartar Buildup. Of course, the best way to remove tartar buildup is paying a visit to your dentist, but there are other ways to remove tartar buildup from your teeth at home.  

How To Remove Tartar Buildup

Of course, the best way to remove tartar buildup is paying a visit to your dentist, but there are other ways to remove tartar buildup from your teeth at home.

A bright shining smile is one of the first things we notice about another person.

 

Those gleaming white teeth are the highlight of a smile. Of course, everyone knows that proper dental hygiene is the first step to a beautiful smile.

Many people do not know that dental hygiene also plays a pivotal role in the function of almost every other system in the human body.

Dental hygiene refers to the overall health and care of the mouth including the teeth, tongue and the gums. Maintaining good dental hygiene is a crucial step in maintaining complete body health.

Tooth Brushing Benefits the Entire Body

Brushing your teeth is an ordinary chore in an already busy life. Every morning and every evening we brush our teeth, not knowing how powerful this little ritual is to our overall health.

Not only does that toothbrush and toothpaste combination mechanically remove plaque and germs, but they also play a role in allowing your body to receive all of the nutrition it requires.

 

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How To Remove Tartar Buildup


Ingredients

  • Baking soda
  • Toothbrush
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Salt
  • Water
  • Cup
  • Dental pick
  • Antiseptic mouth wash

Instructions

  1. Step 1: First, mix one tablespoon of baking soda with ½ teaspoon of salt into the cup. After you wet the toothbrush with warm water, dip it into the mixture. Scrub teeth with it and spit. Continue the same process for five minutes.
  2. Step 2: Mix a cup full with hydrogen peroxide with ½ cup of warm water and rinse your mouth for one minute, then spit and rinse with ½ cup of cool water.
  3. Step 3: Rub the yellow tartar from teeth with a dental pick. Be careful not to scrape the gums because it may irritate and damage them.
  4. Step 4: Rinse mouth with an antiseptic mouth wash and repeat every second day.

 

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