Thorough teeth cleaning can remove plaque and tartar buildup on your teeth, reducing gum inflammation and improving gum health. Plaque is a toxic material that builds upon the surfaces of the teeth. It is caused by the mixing of food particles with saliva and involves bacteria. You can remove plaque, which accumulates on your teeth daily, by brushing your teeth. However, brushing does not remove all the plaque between the teeth. This procedure is usually carried out in conjunction with root planing. These techniques are referred to as “deep cleaning” in layman’s words. Tartar is formed as plaque calcifies or hardens. Gum disease is caused by plaque or tartar accumulation. Gingivitis, or gum infection, is an example of this. If left unchecked, gingivitis may lead to periodontitis. This is a severe infection that causes the bone that protects the teeth to deteriorate

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