Scale is hard deposits on teeth that results from plaque that formed soon after brushing. On tooth in the short term "settle" the bacteria and in just 7 days, surface hardened and formed scale.

Scale contains large amounts of bacteria that produce acid and had bad interferece on enamel , softening it and making it more susceptible to caries and presses the gums and causes inflammation and bleeding, and later withdrawal of the gums.

As the inflammation progresses, it destroys periodontal ligament that connects tooth to the bone, which leads to loss of teeth as the last phase of the process.

It is therefore necessary to remove tartar with ultrasound in the center and a good < strong> polishing the surface with toothpaste which is rich fluoride to protect enamel and remove the cause of the inflammation.

In our center we use ultrasound device of the latest generation German manufacturer KAVO.

In that way scale will be slower create , will prevent the formation of periodontal disease and keep your teeth longer in the mouth.

Removing tartar in steps

  1. Preparing teeth for tartar removal treatment, if necessary, giving anesthesia
  2. scaling ultrasound
  3. Polishing teeth special with preparations and caps
  4. Rinse


1. Why is it necessary to remove tartar?

Because the removal of plaque prevents inflammation of the gums (gingivitis) and periodontitis resulting in the loss of teeth.

2. How to prevent the buildup of tartar?

Good hygiene, control visits to the dentist, and prompt removal of tartar can be largely kept under control and affect the speed of its formation. This will allow the most effective help prevent periodontal disease and preserve a bright smile.

3. How often is it required to remove plaque?

In practice, there is no right answer because it depends on the patient, but the general recommendation is that the present method makes it 1-2 times a year.

4. Is the withdrawal of the gingiva (gum) disease and can it be treated?

The recession (withdrawal) of the gingiva usually does not mean periodontal disease. If the gingiva is healthy, not bleeding and not on, it is a recession and such a situation can be kept under the control of the special techniques of brushing, and in more severe cases, surgical methods.

5. Can be paradontosis cured?

The answer is YES. The treatment is carried out in several steps and the final objective is the removal of inflammatory processes. Patients are looking for a regular controls to control and keeping impeccable hygiene, but we must note that in some cases, despite good hygiene, there is a repetition of the process elsewhere.