Careful and Sustained Brushing
There are no new things here; brushing is the number one treatment for plaque prevention. If you brush in a proper way after every meal (after waiting half an hour after eating), you can significantly reduce your chance of developing unsightly tartar patches. You need to brush for three minutes, with an even amount of pressure, and covering every part of your mouth.
There is a reason why all the commercial toothpastes always contain fluoride. It strengthens the tooth enamel and lessens the risk of tooth decay from acidic foods and drinks.
In fact, it actually helps the decayed teeth to heal and regenerate effectively. The only problem is that this process is too slow, for brushing alone to prevent cavities. You also need to eat a healthy diet and steer clear of sugary snacks.
Buy Tartar Control Toothpaste
If you are prone to developing tartar patches or are worried about plaque, pick up a tartar control toothpaste as it contains a concoction of ingredients designed to fight against the tartar build ups in the mouth. IThey also contain triclosan.
This is an antibiotic substance that can kill off a number of bacteria strains.
Baking Soda for Cleaning Teeth
For many decades, people have been using baking soda as a cleaning substance for teeth. It is slightly abrasive so it pries and files nasty stuff from the surface of the tooth enamel. All you need to do is take (only) one tablespoon of baking soda and add a pinch of salt. Then, dampen a toothbrush and dip it into the mixture and rub against the teeth. Clean your teeth and rinse it perfectly.
Mixing Aloe Vera and Glycerine
Aloe vera gel can also be used to keep teeth free from plaque. Isn’t it amazing? Take a cup of water, combine it with half a cup of baking soda, and a teaspoon of aloe vera gel.
Then, add a healthy dose of lemon essential oil and four teaspoons of a vegetable glycerine. Now, scrub your teeth with the formula and wake up to a shiny set of gnashers in the morning.
If you don't like rubbing vegetable glycerine on your teeth, then go for something a little simpler like rubbing orange peel directly.
It will help in battling tartar building microorganisms on the enamel. You can also mash up the peel (though this may take some time) and apply it to the stained areas.
Leave to rest and then rinse. You should find that this noticeably whitens the teeth.