Yes they are. First of all, teeth that need crowns have either 1) had a lot of or deep decay 2) been traumtized in an accident or been broken off accidently. The decay or trauma causes an inflammation to the nerve, which then can cause the tooth to die or an infection that results in an abcess. (It is like hitting your thumb with a hammer - it gets red and throbs because blood rushes to the injury. The same happens to a tooth, but the bloodflow is so much less that it stays in the nerve canal and kinds of cuts off the good blood flow) Sometimes if a crown is placed on a tooth simply for cosmetic reasons, the preparation of the tooth by drilling can cause enough trauma to cause the nerve to die.
A tooth can have a cavity or many cavities. Teeth will have cavities. A better way to say it may be 'The dentist filled the cavities in her teeth' rather than trying to say 'The dentist filled the teeth's cavities.'
A dentist locates the cavities in the teeth.
They bore big "cavities" in your teeth and essentially ruin your teeth.
You get cavities by eating sugar and not brushing your teeth very well.
No it doesn't and neither does capping you teeth prevent cavities.
No it goes in your mouth and you will get cavities. Some people's teeth are more prone than others to cavities. Not drink sodas will help ( and be better for you) and brushing your teeth, flossing teeth will cut down on the cavities.
Cavities typically are what make your teeth turn black or brown. These cavities come from not regularly brushing your teeth.
Does a horse get teeth cavities from eating sugary foods or treats?
X-Rays locate cavities in our teeth
It sure can! The horse will get cavities in its teeth if you feed it too many sugary treats.
Cavities are caused by the build up of plaque on your teeth. The plaque causes your teeth to decay which in turn blackens the tooth and causes pain in it.
The teeth. Maybe the bones too? But generally when people say cavities without a qualifier, they mean in their teeth.
yes milk can cause cavities. even if you don't have cavities when your younger you will have them when you older or you will lose your teeth.
X-rays locate cavities in teeth.Dentists...holes and your dentist who uses special toolsX-rays are used to locate cavities in teeth.
Brush your teeth
Not on its own, but the sugar sticks to your teeth where it is then used as food by bacteria. It is these bacteria that cause the cavities as they digest the sugar. Thus if you don't eat sugar and keep your teeth clean you will be less likely to get cavities.
it means many teeth may have severe cavities
Brush your teeth or you will have cavities, bad breath, and gum disease.
you should brush your teeth so you dont get cavities and ritten bad teeth
Common house spiders need to eat insects to live!
IT DOESN'T. Fruit juice is all sugar, which CAUSES cavities. Who told you it prevents cavities? ANY food or drink left on your teeth will cause cavities.
not if you brush your teeth