Calculus ii

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Calculus ii

(Science: dentistry) a hard, yellowish to brownish black deposit or teeth formed largely through the mineralisation of dead bacteria in dental plaques by the calcium salts in salivary secretions and subgingival transudates.

Synonym: tartar.

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