The formation of tartar is very individual, and it is affected by, for example, the composition of a person’s saliva. Tartar can form on the surfaces of teeth and in the gingival pockets.
Tartar maintains gingivitis by providing a rough surface where bacteria can attach easily. On the other hand, gingivitis exposes a tooth to the onset of parodontitis, a disease of the supporting dental tissues.
Tartar cannot be removed by using home remedies; it requires a dentist or a dental hygienist.
Our dental hygienists are experts in efficient teeth cleaning, with special expertise in the removal of tartar and discolourations. They will also provide you with comprehensive instructions on daily dental care.