We only have on set of teeth and so should do everthing possible to keep them stain free and tartar free. What by the way is ‘tartar’?
In dentistry calculus or tartar is a form of hardened dental plaque. It is caused by precipitation of minerals from saliva and gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) in plaque on the teeth.
First, to make your toothpaste mixture, mix together a tablespoon of baking soda and a half teaspoon of salt. Get your toothbrush wet, apply some of the mixture to the brush, and then brush your teeth for around 5 minutes before expelling whatever is in your mouth into the sink.
Then, mix together a cup of hydrogen peroxide and a half cup of water. Gargle this solution for about a minute or so and then rinse out your mouth with water or mouthwash. Once this is done, grab the dental tool and work to scrape off any yellow buildup of tartar.
Be careful while brushing around your gums so you don’t injure yourself.
Key to preventing tartar is to floss and brush your teeth as often as possible and avoid taking too much sugar.