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PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL

What is tartar?

First at all this article it not about tartar cream, tartar sauce, tartarus or tartar cream substitute. It all about how to remove your tartar teeth…hehehehe.

Tartar also known as calculus is an accumulation of plaque and minerals from your saliva that harden. Tartar can coat the exterior of teeth and invade below the gumline. Tartar feels like a crusty blanket on teeth. Because it’s porous, food and drink can easily stain tartar.

Tartar deposits, which often settle behind and in between teeth, appear yellow or brown. Tartar, and its precursor, plaque, can both wreak havoc on your dental health.

Tartar and plaque can:

  • cause bad breath, from bacteria buildup
  • destroy enamel, the hard outer layer of teeth, which can in turn, lead to tooth sensitivity, cavities, and even tooth loss
  • promote gum disease

Tartar impacts your gums

The irritation and inflammation that tartar produces can lead to gum disease. Early stage gum disease, which can be reversed, is known as gingivitis. Symptoms include:

  • red, swollen gums
  • gums that bleed when you floss or brush
  • tender gums

Gingivitis can progress to periodontitis, which cannot be reversed. In addition to swollen, tender, bleeding gums, look for these signs:

The bacteria that causes periodontitis can gain entry to the bloodstream, which may increase the risk of heart and lung disease. This makes it especially important to seek dental care if you notice any of these symptoms.

These severe effects are avoidable through brushing, flossing, and rinsing your teeth as regularly as possible.

6 ways to make it tough for tartar to form

Removing tartar takes a professional, but there are things you can do — in addition to regular brushing and flossing — that reduce the amount of plaque in your mouth and control tartar buildup. They include:

A specially formulated toothpaste

  • Tartar-control toothpaste. One 2008 study comparing the effectiveness of a tartar-control toothpaste to a cavity-protection one found that those using the tartar-control toothpaste had nearly 35 percentTrusted Source less calculus at the study’s end than those using regular fluoride toothpaste.
  • Toothpaste with baking soda. Because baking soda is slightly abrasive, studies show that toothpastes with this ingredient can better remove plaque than toothpastes without it.
  • Skip the charcoal-based toothpastes. Charcoal-based toothpastes have not been proven to be effective at controlling tartar, says research from the Journal of the American Dental Association, nor have they been proven to be safe.

Whitening strips

One 2009 study found that those who used hydrogen peroxide whitening strips with pyrophosphate daily for three months had 29 percentTrusted Source less tartar than those who simply brushed their teeth.

Tea

2016 studyTrusted Source found that drinking green tea may reduce the amount of bacteria in your mouth. If you don’t want to drink tea, try a mouthwash that has tea in it.

Eating fresh fruits and vegetables

Because they promote vigorous chewing, and thus saliva production, these foods can help wash away some of the bacteria in your mouth that produce plaque. Same goes for sugar-free chewing gum.

Water flosser

This hand-held device pulses water into the spaces between teeth to remove bacteria and debris. When used regularly and properly, it can be more effective than string floss in reducing plaque.

One studyTrusted Source found that those who used a water flosser plus manual toothbrush had a 74 percent reduction in whole-mouth plaque compared to 58 percent for those who used a manual toothbrush and string floss.

Mouthwash

According to the ADA, mouthwashes that contain bacteria-fighting ingredients like cetylpyridinium, chlorhexidine, and certain essential oils can fight plaque and tartar.

It’s important to note that these rinses should be used in conjunction with brushing and flossing.

Look for a plaque- or tartar-control rinse with the ADA Seal of Approval, and follow the manufacturer’s directions (e.g., some specify using the rinse before brushing, others after).

OR last option and effective tartar removal use our PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL

lindabeauties on REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR

Features:

Safe IPX6 waterproof, suitable for daily use.
High frequency vibration.Rechargeable comes with a USB cable
Integrated design of the fuselage, more convenient
5 gear intensity adjustment, relaxation, and comfort, comfortable and comfortable
High quality medical grade alloy steel, easy removal of dental calculus, smoke stains, tea stains,et

How to Use:

Before first use, please charge it for more than 2 hours until completely discharged. The bottom light will turn green when fully charged.

Press the boot button to turn on, adjust the key position through the upper and lower adjustment buttons, and start cleaning the parts that need cleaning.

After cleaning the teeth, wash the metal head with flowing clean water, Clean the department to wipe the body of the tooth cleanser

Specifications:

Item Type: Tooth Stain Eraser
Color: Blue /Pink
Rated Power:3.7V
Standby current:30uA
Adapter:5v/5mA
Rated current:200mA

Battery: Rechargeable lithium battery 

Package Included: 


1x Handpiece(retail box)
1x USB Cable
1x User Manual

PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL
PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL
PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL
PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL
PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL
PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL
PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL

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PORTABLE ELECTRIC SONIC REMOVER TOOTH STAINS TARTAR TOOL

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