No, there is no way to get rid of a cavity other than going to a dentist. There are ways to help the pain temporarily if it's needed, but only a dentist can remove the cavity.
And even when you get rid of the pain it doesn't mean that the problems with the cavity have stopped. The bacteria that causes cavities are not removed by the pills that ease the pain. If you don't treat your cavities you can easily end up with total prosthesis by you're 50. You can see this video for more info on cavities -
No. I do not think you can do that. You would have to go to the dentist. Not possible to get rid of them. Although you could try brushing the cavity for a couple hours.
You Just get a nife and try and pick at themm lawl , naa you have tii go to the dentist sorry :'(
A dentist prefers for you not to eat right before a cavity is filled. If you do eat, make sure to brush your teeth before going into the dentist.
The dentist would inform me that I lost a tooth.
brush it daily
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NO NO AND NO!!!!!!!!!
My top front left tooth
By taking the tooth out. I do not recommend anyone to pull a tooth, instead go to the dentist.
Do not try to remove tartar by yourself at home, as you can injure yourself. Have a professional do it, you will get a much better job. There is a new product, Periogen, which dissolves tartar at home with repeated applications.
My mom is a dentist in japan and she wants to practice her dentistry here in the USA but her license cannot be transferred. Is there anyway without going to school again in USA?
Actually, yes, there is. Most dentists won't tell you this because they make about $100 on cavity repair, but using Baking Soda+Peroxide, Anticavity toothpaste actually reverses the effects of cavities. I noticed a cavity myself on my left front tooth and used this same technique to get rid of it. My cavity became shallower, and overtime disappeared, and enamel was instantly restored to damaged parts of my tooth whre my cavity would have gotten a lot worse. It is not painless, however. The first time I tried this technique, There was severe stinging in my cavity (caused by killing off bacteria and decay), and my gums started to bleed. Beleive me, though, It's a hell of a lot better than going to the dentist.
Go to your dentist.
By voluntarily going to the dentist for examination and work, you are implicitly giving permission to inspect and search your mouth and related areas. If you were forced to go to the dentist, the answer may be different. So dentists don't need a warrant to do a cavity search.
You can't black spots may be decay, this need to be removed with anesthetic, and a filling placed. Or it can be deep staining, which no amount of brushing will remove, you will need to see a hygienist, either way you need to visit the dentist don't worry we are a lot nicer than you think
My sister has a tooth gap and she was pretty happy when I found a solution for her. Orthofill closed her tooth gap in very short time, like 2 months or so. Up to know her gap is close. She asked her dentist but he didnt advise it. Well, this I think is a way to close your gap without going to the dentist nor wearing braces.
No. If you want to straighten your teeth, you need either braces, orthodontic appliances, or clear trays like invisalign. Only a dental professional (dentist or orthodontist) can provide that.
By going to a dentist.
By going to the dentist for an extraction.
The best thing to do is go to the dentist. Scince your tooth already hurts, I'm guessing it's already gotten pretty bad. If you go to the doctor soon enough, they'll give you a numbing shot and then drill the cavity decay from the tooth, clean the tooth and then fill in the cavity. The procedure doesn't hurt at all after the numbing shot, before the numbing shot they will give you a swab with solution on it that helps numb you gum so it won't hurt so much when they inject. Annd if you're worried about spending money to get the cavity fixed at the dentist, I say it's better to get it fixed than your tooth hurting. It's only going to hurt more and more. get your tooth fixed and take good care of your teeth so you won't get another cavity.
Yes. Dentist offices are not walk in friendly.
going to the dentist