Plaque bacteria constantly form in the mouth and easily adhere to teeth and gums. If allowed to accumulate, it can lead to bleeding and gum inflammation (gingivitis), and over time may even cause tooth loss.
Plaque can also become hardened into tartar. The best way of preventing gum disease is by removing plaque regularly and thoroughly with the use of a tooth brush and by cleaning between the teeth with floss. However, despite these efforts, it is recognised by the dental profession that a substantial number of people are not able to adequately control plaque.
Government data shows that even those adults who brush their teeth twice daily, almost three quarters had some visible plaque on their teeth or had tartar (calculus) deposits.
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