How TartarEnd® Reduces or Stops Cavity Formation

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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 to live in the mouth. Some prefer the gum pockets between the teeth and gums. As these bacteria expand into the gum pockets, they release strong acids, mainly lactic acid. When lactic acid is produced near the tooth surface, it dissolves (demineralizes) tooth enamel. If tartar, plaque, and lactic acid are not removed, lactic acid will eventually dissolve all the tooth enamel and form a cavity. Once cavities are formed, they will need to be cleaned out and filled by a dental professional.

TartarEnd® toothpaste removes tartar, plaque, and lactic acid from the teeth of adults and children and stops cavity formation. Parents report that their children who had three or four cavities filled every six months, only had one or two cavities over a four-year period once they started brushing with TartarEnd® toothpaste. TartarEnd is proven to stop cavities by removing tartar, plaque, and cavity-causing lactic acid from tooth surfaces.

How much TartarEnd® should you use for each brushing cycle?

  • For adults, a ½ “stripe of TartarEnd is recommended on a compact toothbrush head
  • For children aged 6 to 12, a blob the size of a pea on a compact or children’s toothbrush head is all it takes to keep teeth cavity-free.
  • For toddlers up to age 6, a dab the size of a grain of rice is recommended on a toddler-sized brush head.

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