What is tartar?
Even if you take great care of your teeth at home, you still have bacteria in your mouth. Saliva mix with proteins and food by products to form a sticky film called dental plaque. This gunk coats your teeth (even hard-to-clean areas like your back teeth), gets under your gum line, and sticks to fillings or other dental work.
What happens if I don’t make the tartar cleaned?
Every time you eat, the bacteria create acids that can damage tooth enamel and lead to cavities. The acids can also lead to inflamed or infected gums. But, if you remove plaque regularly, you can prevent permanent tooth decay.
Bigger problems arise if plaque stays on your teeth and hardens into tartar. It can form in a little over a day, and once it’s there, only a dentist or dental hygienist can remove it.
Although no decays, my teeth are shaking. What’s the problem?
Especially middle age group say that they lose their teeth although they have no decays. Gum disease is a slow motion illness. Although it starts in early ages, tooth loosing is seemed mid 40s. Jawbone loss starts when the patient doesn’t make his/her dental clean.
The more jawbone loss means, the more shaking teeth.
My teeth bleeds while brushing:
It is the landmark of gum diseases. Tartar and heavy plaque cause this. You must visit your dentist.
- Bright pink colour
- Connected to the teeth firmly
- The surface is rough
- Never bleeds while brushing
- Has no pain or bulgy