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TARTAR IN THE BACK SIDE OF TEETH
SIR, I'M 35 YEARS OLD AND HAS TARTAR IN THE BACK SIDE OF TEETH SINCE 2-3 YEARS. PL SUGGEST WHICH TOOTHPASTE IS MOST SUITABLE FOR ME IN ORDER TO REMOVE THE TARTAR AND PLAQUE FROM TEETH.
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Its brushing twice that reduces plaque and using of mouthwash. All pastes serve as polishing medium. That's it. For your case, get a scaling and polishing done. Also get you missing teeth replaced. Over burdening of anterior teeth will cause early mobility and loss of dentition. Consider your dental profile seriously as you are just 35yrs old. You need treatment,quite a few of them. No paste can help you my friend.
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There is no toothpaste which helps in removing tarter beause it become hard so you have to go for scaling that means cleaning of your teeth which removes  tarter and plaque
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Namaskaram, The thick tartar deposits you noticed are called Calculus Deposits. These are formed due constant deposition of minerals from the saliva and the thickening plaque . You need to visit a dentist for a professional scaling and deep cleaning which a very routine dental treatment performed . Tooth pastes and normal brushing techniques can not remove these hardened deposits. Kindly visit the dentist before the condition progresses to periodontitis which can result in loosening the teeth. Team Shambhala.
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Hello sir, these requires scaling for complete removal. it's always advisable to go for cleaning every six months.
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visit your dentist
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You need scaling so visit a dentist
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You need supra gingival Scalling to be done. No toothpaste is going to remove this calculus for sure. 
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Scalling (supra gingival)
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Brush your teeth twice morning and night with any normal tooth paste.
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None of the toothpaste can help you to remove the tartar and plaque from your teeth. You have to visit the dentist and have to go for scaling and then maintain it by brushing twice daily.
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IDEALLY ITS NOT BECAUSE OF YOUR PASTE ITS BECAUSE OF YOUR IMPROPER BRUSHING HABIT.
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GET YOUR TEETH CLEANED EVERY SIX MONTHS. AND BRUSH AS PER ADVICE/ INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN FOR PROPER BRUSHING TECHNIQUERS
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This is deposit on your tooth which was building up since long you need a clean up so that your gums heal toothpaste won’t help you brushing will just polish the surface of the deposit will not be able to remove it visit a dentist today
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