Science

Remove Tartar And Clean Your Teeth With This Simple, At Home Trick

When it comes to teeth, I think that humans get the short end of the stick. We only have one set, so if we lose any of them, they're gone forever.

Why can't we be like sharks? Then we'd have at least a few sets of teeth, just in case something goes wrong and we lose our first set.

But in all seriousness, dental hygiene should be at least somewhat of a priority in your life. You need those teeth in proper, working condition, because without them, the whole mechanical side of digestion starts to fail (and that's not a good thing).

Tartar is the stuff that gets layered onto our teeth over time if we do not clean them regularly. In extreme cases, it's been seen to cause tooth decay and even gum disease.

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