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TartarEnd® Stops Bleeding Gingivitis

Reviewed by Dr. Christopher Tai, D.M.D. Wilmington, DE. Bleeding gums, also known as bleeding gingivitis, give bacteria and viruses easy access to the bloodstream and transport to all parts of the body. The CDC reports that about 47% of people aged 30 have some form of periodontal disease1 which usually includes bleeding gums. However, it’s important to note that this

How TartarEnd® Reduces or Stops Cavity Formation

Reviewed by Dr. Christopher Tai, D.M.D. Wilmington, DE. Bacteria find our mouths to be a perfect place to live and grow. More than 500 different bacteria protect themselves from removal with a sticky, colorless biofilm called plaque. Over time, plaque mixes with the minerals in our saliva and hardens to form rock-hard tartar. Each type of bacteria prefers different places

How TartarEnd® Reduces or Stops Tooth Loss

Reviewed by Dr. Christopher Tai, D.M.D. Wilmington, DE. Many bacteria find our mouths to be a perfect place to live and grow. Over 500 different bacteria protect themselves from removal with a sticky, colorless biofilm called plaque. Over time, plaque mixes with the minerals in our saliva and hardens to form rock-hard tartar. In the past, only a dental professional

TartarEnd® Promotes Natural Tooth Remineralization

Reviewed by Dr. Christopher Tai, D.M.D. Wilmington, DE. The bacteria in plaque and tartar on our teeth live and grow by consuming the foods and carbohydrates we eat. Most carbohydrates are broken down to form lactic acid and other strong acids. These strong acids dissolve (demineralize) tooth enamel and eventually cause cavities. Early stages of demineralization can show as white

TartarEnd® removes tartar and plaque above and below the gum line.

Reviewed by Dr. Christopher Tai, D.M.D., Wilmington, DE. Bacteria find our mouths to be a perfect place to live and grow. It’s a warm, moist home with frequent food delivery. Over 500 different bacteria protect themselves from removal with a sticky colorless biofilm called plaque. Plaque mixes with the minerals in our saliva and hardens to form a rock-hard protective

TikTok Star @themamadentist does it again!

This is a newer toothpaste that I really like for tartar buildup, and is the only one of its kind that I know of. It is not ADA endorsed because there is no fluoride (I just use it alongside my favorite fluoride + nanohydroxyapatite paste, CariFree). Full disclosure, I have received free samples and engaged a lot via e-mail asking