Oral hygiene is essential to your health and wellbeing. By not looking after your teeth and gums you can increase the risk of oral diseases. These diseases can then be linked to diabetes, pregnancy complications, and heart attacks, for example. As a result, maintaining good oral hygiene is critical.
Poor oral hygiene can result in a major health burden for many countries and affect people throughout their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement, and even death. Most low- and middle-income countries are unable to provide services to prevent and treat oral health conditions. There is an extraordinarily strong correlation between socioeconomic status (income, occupation, and educational level) and the prevalence and severity of oral diseases
Tartar can lead to the discoloration of your teeth and the brown and yellow stains can be both unpleasant to look at and bad for your oral hygiene in general. Without the help of a dentist, there are natural, effective and safe methods to remove tartar build-up from the comfort of your own home with materials you probably already have.