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Dental Calculus

Tartar


Presentation

  • The objective was to quantify the amount of DNA if present in dental calculus.[jfds.org]
  • Supragingival calculus and subgingival calculus generally occur together, but one may be present without the other.[pocketdentistry.com]
  • In the Neolithic samples, only the larger oval granules were present (n   25) ( type 2 ) ( Figure 2 ).[journals.plos.org]
  • A systematic study of dental calculus from the Iron Age to the present proves the potential of proteomic analysis to reveal information about individual diets, including plants, animals and dairy products consumption.[shh.mpg.de]
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  • Within the context of medieval art, the application of highly pure ultramarine in illuminated works was restricted to luxury books of high value and importance, and only scribes and painters of exceptional skill would have been entrusted with its use[advances.sciencemag.org]
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  • Policy (2015) - Editorial Board, Scientific Reports (since 2015) - Kavli Foundation Fellow, United States National Academy of Sciences (2014) - TED Fellow (2012) - Science Foo Camp (“SciFoo”), Invited Scientist, Sponsored by Nature, O’Reilly Media, and[lt.org]
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  • Also, some studies link the bacteria in gum disease to heart disease and other health problems. Continued Tips to Help Control Tartar Your best bet is not to let tartar form on your teeth.[webmd.com]
  • Recent research has also uncovered possible associations between gum disease and other health conditions, including pneumonia, dementia, and heart disease. In this article, learn about simple ways to remove plaque and prevent tartar buildup at home.[medicalnewstoday.com]

Treatment

  • The treatment is completed in one session. After cleaning, the teeth are polished after cleaning. After the treatment, the patient can feel a sensitivity in the teeth, which is quite normal, the patient returns after a few days to his normal life.[turkeysurgery.com]
  • Although the teeth can be sensitive around the area near the tooth neck, the treatment for calculus removal is virtually painless.[videntis.eu]
  • Treatment and Removal Methods If you suspect you may have calculus on your teeth, then make arrangements to see your dentist as soon as you can as only they can confirm that it is calculus and remove it.[enhanceddentalstudios.com.au]
  • Future research in calculus may include the development of improved supragingival tartar control formulations, the development of treatments for the prevention of subgingival calculus formation, the development of improved methods for root detoxification[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Prevent Tartar and Plaque Buildup on Teeth Plaque buildup can lead to gingivitis and gum disease so it is important to take steps for treatment and prevention. Regular Cleanings: See your dental professional every 6 months for a thorough cleaning.[oralb.com]

Etiology

  • True or False: Caculus is the etiological agent of periodontitis. FALSE! it is not the etiological agent Does roughness of calculus initiate gingivitis? NO![brainscape.com]
  • Despite extensive research, a complete understanding of the etiologic significance of subgingival calculus to periodontal disease remains elusive, due to inability to clearly differentiate effects of calculus versus "plaque on calculus".[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • These characteristics are described in this chapter as they relate to the etiology of periodontal disease.[pocketdentistry.com]
  • CALCULUS REMOVAL IS KEY The role of subgingival calculus in the etiology and continuation of inflammatory periodontal disease should be reassessed. The knowledge base regarding periodontal disease and treatment is changing.[decisionsindentistry.com]

Prevention

  • Other effective oils for oil pulling include: olive oil almond oil sesame oil Prevention A person can prevent plaque and tartar building up by flossing.[medicalnewstoday.com]
  • Prevent Tartar and Plaque Buildup on Teeth Plaque buildup can lead to gingivitis and gum disease so it is important to take steps for treatment and prevention. Regular Cleanings: See your dental professional every 6 months for a thorough cleaning.[oralb.com]
  • Plaque (and subsequently calculus) can be prevented by brushing twice daily and flossing daily.[enhanceddentalstudios.com.au]
  • So, visit your dentist every 6 months to remove any plaque and tartar that might have formed and to prevent further problems.[webmd.com]
  • With dental tartar cleaning, it is possible to prevent tooth loss, bruising and tooth loss that may occur over time in the teeth. There are many ways to clean teeth at home.[turkeysurgery.com]

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