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Dental calculus is the formation of hardened dental plaque and is similar to tartar. It is formed by the continuous deposition of minerals from the saliva on the plaque. The initial deposition hardens the plaque surface which makes it an ideal substrate to further development of the dental calculus.

Brushing and flossing will help you if the calculus is in its formative stages. But a more serious condition requires their removal by the use of ultrasonic waves and sharpened tools which is why it is always better to visit your city of London dentist irrespective of the degree of the problem.

Dentists are professionals and hence our efficiency will always be lesser when compared to theirs. Initial stages of dental calculus are generally found to be removed by routine brushing and flossing but there have been cases wherein the gums have been inflicted with further damage when the individual was trying to get rid of the calculus himself. A layman will not be able to determine whether the calculus is rudimentary or well developed and hence it is always suggested to visit the dentist.

The dentist will examine your condition and then suggest the best possible solution. It is not always that you will have to go for ultrasonic treatment and if the problem is small the dentist himself will not opt for specialized treatment. The bottom line is that good oral care is very important if you want your teeth and gums to be problem free. Dental care costs far cheaper than curing a dental problem and hence the decision is to be taken by you whether you want to be going through the process of treatment.

Regular brushing and flossing along with regular dental checkups are all that is required to prevent dental problems. So don’t wait any longer. Go fix an appointment with your dentist now.

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