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Plague in tooth
I have plague in teeth and it is not going. It causes bad breath and bleeding gums. Kindly advise how to get rid of it.
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Hello you should go for a cleaning procedure
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Get ur scaling done
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Visit a dentist n have scaling asap
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Hello sir, Plaque formation may cause bad breathe . You are not able to clean it because it is calculus hard deposits . Calcified plaque is called calculus . This cannot be removed by brushing . It requires removal by dentist through proper scaling. And after that you have to maintain by learning proper brushing technique , brushing Twice daily ,use of mouthwash, and use of dental floss. Scaling and polishing and reviews for the treatment is required after every 6 months.
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