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Plague accumulation
I brush 2 times a day use a water flosser at night and then mouthwash but then also plague builds up on my teeth what should I do. I use Himalaya toothpaste closeup up mouthwash and brush in circular motion for 3 to 4 min. What to do
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There are various reasons for plaque buildup in your teeth otherthan brushing. Ideally you can do scaling three months once to stop plaque development
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Try to gargle with warm saltwater after every meal.
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Hello there, sometimes brushing and brushing properly makes the difference. Circular motion technique for brushing is basically for kids, for adults 45 deg angulation of the brush with small strokes from down to up is required. I would advice rinsing mouth after every meal and brush quickly without the paste after that in case you are feeling that food is still stuck. And plaque formation is something which may cause swollen gums and gum bleeding with time. Get cleaning done for now and if plaque accumulation is due to roughened tooth surface then bit polishing will also help.
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Hello if you are doing brushing regularly still having same problem. U need to visit clinic as soon as possible. We can check clinically will i get idea about your problem.
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please visit the clinic
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