There is no pain like tooth pain. It can be sudden and sharp or constant and dull or anything in between.
Growing up we have always learned that candy isn’t good for you and at the very least to consume it in moderation. So we can understand your confusion if your dentist tells you that you should chew more gum.
In our previous blog post we discussed what a cavity is and what possible symptoms you might be experiencing with a cavity. In this post we will go more into the causes and risk factors of cavities.
Cavities, also known as tooth decay, are something a lot of people experience and can encounter at any age (including infants).
If you’ve never had a cavity repaired before you might have some concerns. The good news is that when it comes to dental fillings you don’t need to worry. These are a standard dental procedure that we do regularly.