Regular hygiene is comprised of many things. Just as we clean our ears and nose, we also regularly clean our teeth. Almost nobody thinks about removing plaque at home with a plaque remover. But with a little practice it?s easy.
Various types of plaque remover Plaque removers are available in various lengths and with different tips. Thin, pointed tips are excellent for cleaning interdental spaces, while wide, flat tips are used for the surface of the tooth. The deciding factor for a plaque remover is how it?s cut. If the tip is cut well, plaque can be scraped off effortlessly. Our plaque removers have been crafted to the highest quality from stainless steel. It doesn?t matter which model you choose: You?re sure to get a quality product.
Plaque remover maintenance and care In principle, a plaque remover is a relatively simple instrument. The most important thing is to remember is to clean and disinfect the tip thoroughly, as this is where bacteria can gather after use. To make sure the plaque remover is always protected, we recommend storing it in the included protective packaging.
Removing plaque at home - is it dangerous? Is cutting with a knife dangerous? If you?re not careful, you?ll cut your finger. If you use the plaque remover cautiously, you?ve got nothing to worry about. Obviously you have to be careful and shouldn?t just haphazardly scrape away at the teeth. But this is really just common sense.
Recognising plaque Plaque generally builds up as a yellow discolouration on the teeth. In the initial stages it?s still partly white and very difficult to see. Its almost impossible to prevent through normal brushing alone. This is why we regularly visit the dentist to have plaque removed. But plaque can build up quickly again after a check-up. That?s why having your own plaque remover so you can remove it yourself is such a blessing.