Do you suffer from tartar and are you looking for a way to remove this tartar yourself? Look no further, with the electric tooth cleaners from Fleeck you can easily remove tartar yourself.
Fleeck’s tooth cleaner removes calcified and hardened plaque, also known as tartar. Tartar is a common dental problem. Tartar is difficult to remove during regular brushing. It is necessary to work on proper dental care to prevent tartar buildup. You can do this by brushing twice a day with a good electric toothbrush, using the right toothpaste and additional oral care products.
Tartar is caused by hardened plaque, which has been given the opportunity to calcify by the calcium and phosphate present in the saliva. This plaque consists of bacteria, food particles and saliva, which has not been removed during brushing and has had the chance to harden.
Both the electric tooth cleaner and the regular tartar hook aim to remove tartar by themselves. The main difference lies in the fact that the electric tartar remover has several settings with which the vibrations can be regulated. A manual tartar remover does not have this option.
Tartar can be removed by using a tartar remover. Toothbrushes remove plaque, but can hardly remove tartar because it is firmly attached to the teeth.
It is important to prevent tartar as much as possible. Brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes and clean the spaces behind and between your teeth. Using a water flosser, toothpicks or interdental brushes, you can remove plaque between the teeth and prevent tartar from forming.
Tartar is not good for dental health. If not removed, tartar can have unpleasant consequences such as inflammation, gum disease and cavities.
The biggest advantage of removing your tartar yourself is that it is a lot cheaper than an appointment with a dental hygienist. In addition, you can remove the tartar yourself a lot faster with an electric tartar remover, because you don’t have to wait for the semi-annual dental visits. Finally, you can prevent tartar and plaque from accumulating. This could lead to unpleasant dental and gum problems, such as inflamed gums and cavities.