Dental plaque

Dental plaque is a biofilm or mass of bacteria that grows on surfaces within the mouth. It is a sticky colorless deposit at first, but when it forms tartar, it is often brown or pale yellow.

Dental plaque is caused by insufficient and irregular oral hygiene.


* Bad breath
* A slight discoloration of teeth yellowish
* A white tongue
* Sensitive gums on brushing and flossing  – occasional bleeding can occur

  dental plaque

It is important to know that besides the teeth there are also gums and tongue involved. We usually clean very well the teeth, but we forget on tongue. It is necessary at each cleaning thoroughly brush also the tongue all the way to throat area. Concurrent untreated infections such as viral or bacterial infection of the throat, angina or asymptomatic pneumonia may further affect the rapid build-up of plaque. Even certain toothpaste could be source of molecules which cause damage of the tooth enamel and this allows a faster formation of plaque due to the accumulation of microbes. In case of some injury in oral cavity a variety of chemical reactions occur at the site of injury together with further reactions with saliva and food, which provide an additional load of microbes.This is especially important in disease states such as angina and inflammation of sinuses, where there is higher quantity of saliva expressed, germs multiply more quickly and therefore the plaque emerge very fast.


The disease can be transmitted from contaminated objects (brushes, badly cleaned glasses, etc.), which can be the main source of plaque bacteria. Plaque is quickly emerging in chronic patients due to a weakened immune system.


The easiest way is to visit dentist, at least once per 6 months to remove dental plaque.  You should choose quality toothbrushes, which have the ability to clean interdental spaces as well, correct use of dental floss and choice of toothpaste, which should not be too aggressive.


OROXID helps to reduce and eliminate dental plaque



OROXID is a unique medical solution which is used for maintaining an excellent oral hygiene, healthy gums and to help in inflammatory conditions of the oral cavity. It is recommended to be used as supplementary oral hygiene for fixed dental appliances, partial dentures, fixed prosthetic substitutes (crowns, bridges) and implants. OROXID can help to prevent the formation of plaque, tooth discoloration and bad breath. It also helps in reducing deposits on the tongue and oral mucosa. It improves the results of oral hygiene in people with orthodontic irregularities which limit normal dental hygiene.

OROXID forte (solution or spray) is intended for intensive oral hygiene and the prevention and alleviation of periodontal tissue diseases as irritated, inflamed and bleeding gums. It helps to relieve symptomps of gingivitis, periodontitis, or inflammation of the gums due to injuries or surgeries tooth extraction.

OROXID sensitiv (solution or spray) is designed for a daily oral hygiene. It is suitable for prolonged use and for the people with sensitive oral mucous membrane. It is recommended as a daily oral hygiene especially in people who are prone to inflammatory changes in the oral cavity (smokers, patients with diabetes, individuals with weakened immune systems, etc.).


Use OROXID two to three times a day, preferably during or after brushing your teeth. You can use it also whenever you need it.
OROXID spray: spray the solution into the oral cavity with 3 to 4 pumps of the spray, gargle it for about 30 seconds and spit it out. OROXID solution: pour approximately 20 ml of liquid (content of two cups) in to a glass, gargle it for about 30 seconds and spit it out.



OROXID is an innovative medical product for daily or intensive oral hygiene and gum care. It does not contain chlorhexidine and alcohol, and is also suitable for children and people with sensitive oral mucosa.

It brings a new mechanism and principle of effectivity, on the base of active oxygen substances, which selectively remove harmful microorganisms, oxygenate, regenerate and heal oral mucosa and gums. The active form of oxygen is released in form of tiny bubbles, which you can feel as a mild foaming in the mouth. Release of active oxygen and the phenomenon of foaming contribute to the mechanical cleaning and removal of bacterial lesions, abscesses and deposits on the tongue.


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