The acid produced by the bacteria attacks the enamel

The acid produced by the bacteria attacks the enamel

The acid produced by the bacteria attacks the enamel

Combined with bacteria naturally present in the mouth, this debris will form, after a period of twenty-four hours without brushing your teeth, a thin layer (biofilm) called dental plaque.

Acids released by these bacteria, while transforming sugars, will encourage the adhesion of plaque to the teeth and gums. These same acids attack directly the tooth enamel, causing tooth decay.