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The bacteria are like small termites that are relentlessly chewing on your teeth and gums, leaving them bleeding and inflamed.
You might’ve gotten the bacteria from food, water, or even from kissing or drinking after somebody else.
In time, the bacteria, along with food debris, multiply, accumulate and form the so-called plaque and calculus.
The calculus/plaque is like a toxic mould that spreads on your teeth walls, causing bad breath and providing an “excellent” home for the bacteria to thrive in.