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Can you remove tartar by yourself?

No! Only the dentist can remove tartar, which is a build-up of solidified and mineralised dental plaque. They can use manual instruments or an ultrasonic scaler.

Consult your dentist twice a year, even if you consider your teeth to be ‘clean’. Tartar is often hidden away in areas that you cannot see in the mirror.

However, it is recommended that you use a suitable toothpaste.

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