- calcareous deposits on the teeth.

The pathogenesis of Tartar

Fixation of mucopolysaccharide plaque on the necks of the teeth and its impregnation with mineral salts of saliva and microorganisms; increasing the viscosity of saliva; it is important to weaken the self-cleaning of teeth when chewing.

Symptoms Of Tartar

Deposits at the neck of the teeth located near the salivary gland excretory ducts. Initially, the Tartar is loose, poorly pigmented, and eventually becomes dense and pigmented. Subgingival stone is black, a thin layer covers the exposed part of the neck of the tooth and occurs when the gingival edge is inflamed. Tartar supports inflammation of the gums.

Treatment Of Tartar

Removal of Tartar. Recurrent dental stones are subject to repeated removal.

Prevention Of Tartar

Use of hard food, treatment of sick teeth, metabolic disorders.