Tartar appears by calcification of microbial dental plate on the surfaces of the teeth. If teeth are not scaled, tartar may cause gingival recession, gingival inflammations, bone losses and odour. Tartar should be cleared every 6 months.
MAY TARTAR BE CLEARED BY TEETH BRUSHING?
Tartars should be cleared by a dentist through a cavitron device which applies vibration and water; then polishing should be done. They cannot be cleared by teeth brushing.
MY GINGIVA BLEEDS CONSTANTLY, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Gingiva bleeding is usually caused by gingiva inflammation. Cleaning must be done to prevent progression of the disease and bone losses. In some cases, tartar cleaning is not solely enough, tartar should be scaled off by a procedure called curettage.
DO MY TEETH WHITEN AFTER TARTAR SCALING?
Scaling and whitening are two different procedures Polishing after scaling would clear the spots on the teeth; therefore, teeth appear brighter; however, original colours of the teeth remains constant.