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My roommate in college used a dental scraper that her dentist recommended, she built tartar like crazy.
I'd look into the possibility of gut bacterial balance (and either foods or supps to help with probiotics) and the nutrients that work together with calcium. DS, and this is probably not your situation but just as an example, suddenly started building tartar (freaked me out) and stopped when I stopped a supplement that was depleting him of K2. Stuff like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamins A, D and K2 work together closely for dental health (other stuff too, but those are biggies).
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