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Where Does Plaque Grow, and How To Fight It Today!

Attack Plaque At The Root!

We all try to take care of our teeth and stave off gum disease, tartar, and tooth decay. But even after we brush our teeth and seemingly do all the right things, one pesky oral problem - plaque - can still plague us.

This is actually quite normal, as it's difficult to remove plaque simply because of where it’s found, which is just about anywhere on your teeth, including on the areas that are hard to get to, like your gum area and between your teeth. (1)

Unfortunately, this means it can really be difficult to clean the plaque off your teeth, eventually resulting in the plaque hardening and becoming even more difficult to remove in the long run. Thankfully, though, there is a NEW WAY you can REMOVE PLAQUE that’s still clinging to your teeth, and it doesn't require fluoride or alcohol!

In this blog we talk about where plaque grows, what to do when it hardens, and how you can enjoy your most RADIANT and HEALTHY smile today!





Although plaque is generally considered tartar once it hardens, for our purposes we’re going to focus on how to remove plaque in that small area of time when it’s still developing. This is a really crucial time for you and your oral health, and that’s because you’re on the clock.

It takes time for bacteria hanging around your mouth to consume the carbs and sugar left behind, and for the plaque to then worsen and become that disgusting coating you feel with your tongue on your teeth that we try with all our might to avoid. (2)

Although your goal while brushing should be to get rid of the plaque on your teeth, many times that’s just not possible. This is because many people don’t always have a consistent ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE, and the ones who do don’t always follow it. (3)


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The reason you need to take the ingredients in your ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE seriously is because you will always have bacteria inside your mouth, and it’s simply not possible to get rid of it all. What this means is that you need to consistently use the right ALL-NATURAL and FLUORIDE-FREE INGREDIENTS to remove the plaque that will inevitably present itself on your teeth.



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What’s even worse is once the bacteria on your teeth becomes what’s known as dead bacteria, it can be really hard to get rid of. This bacteria is mineralized, and joins with saliva and proteins in your mouth to create the tartar that can cause you even more oral problems down the line. (5)

What can be difficult when it comes to plaque removal is knowing exactly where your plaque is before it’s already hardened and too late. This is because plaque can be found in hard-to-spot areas, and continues to spread and develop for a prolonged period of time. (6)



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            THEN WHAT?


            The first thing to consider when you feel the plaque starting to harden on your teeth is the reason why, especially if your oral care routine is ALL-NATURAL and FLUORIDE-FREE.

            If this is the case, then you may need to UP THE ANTE of your oral care. This includes ensuring you’re using the right METHODS to make the most of the products in your routine, as well as using floss and MOUTHWASH to clean the gaps in between your teeth. (7)


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            The other important part of your oral care routine is being sure you clean your entire tooth. This is necessary because plaque normally has no color, and can even stick to other areas of your mouth you may not think of, like your braces or your fillings. (8)


            QUICK TIP: Don’t let the thin layer of plaque on your teeth create long-lasting stains that can be near impossible to get rid of later. Take preventative measures in your ALL-NATURAL and FLUORIDE-FREE ORAL CARE ROUTINE with GARNER’S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO today! (9)


            One of the best ways to change your luck when brushing your teeth and removing plaque is by simply changing the way you brush your teeth. A great way to do this is by adjusting the way you start brushing your teeth, as many people tend to begin their oral care routine the same way, then continuously miss the same spots, leading to plaque buildup.

            It’s also important that you ensure the tools you’re using to apply your ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE PRODUCTS are effective. This means avoiding bristles that are hard, which will protect your dentin from wearing, and also protect the tissue around your gums. (10)

            It’s also important to maintain generally HEALTHY HABITS. This means preventing the buildup of plaque from your gums by curbing your intake of foods with starches and sugar, while also avoiding smoking. (11)



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            Disclaimer: Consult your dentist and/or health care professional before beginning any kind of oral care regimen, or if you have any questions about you or your family's oral health.




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