Tartaro Gestione e Cura per un Sorriso Sano

Tartar: Management and Care for a Healthy Smile

Tartar: Management and Care for a Healthy Smile

Summary Table

Topic Key Points
Introduction to Tartar Definition, formation, and consequences
Daily Prevention Brushing, flossing, mouthwash
Professional Interventions Scaling and root planing
Innovative Products Dental gels against tartar and cavities
Healthy Lifestyles Diet and lifestyle for prevention

We at Promis are committed every day to offering products and advice to maintain oral health and support the prevention of dental diseases, including tartar treatment. Here is an in-depth look at how to manage and treat tartar in advanced stages.

Introduction to Tartar and Its Formation

Tartar, also known as dental calculus, is the result of the mineralization of bacterial plaque that, if not properly removed, hardens on the surface of the teeth. This can lead to various issues such as cavities, gum disease, and bad breath.

Daily Prevention Techniques

Proper daily oral hygiene is essential to prevent tartar formation:

  • Brushing: At least twice a day with a toothbrush gentle like our promis brush trio is necessary to remove plaque before it mineralizes.
  • Flossing: Regularly use dental floss to clean the spaces between the teeth where the toothbrush cannot reach.
  • Mouthwash: A daily rinse with a mouthwash like our promis wash can help reduce bacteria in the mouth.

Professional Interventions for Tartar Removal

In our partner clinics, professional treatments such as scaling and root planing are available, essential for removing tartar in advanced stages and preventing further dental damage.

Innovative Products for Tartar Treatment

To counteract tartar formation and cavities, we have developed a natural dental gel that offers additional protection after brushing.

Integrating Diet and Lifestyles to Combat Tartar

Diet and a healthy lifestyle significantly influence oral health. Choosing foods low in sugars and acids can make a difference in tartar prevention.


Tartar requires a multifactorial approach that includes a solid daily care routine, professional treatments, and the adoption of a healthy lifestyle. Learn more about how to care for and manage tartar by visiting our blog for further insights and tips.

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