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You really can't. If they are the tiniest beginnings of cavities sometimes extra good brushing and flossing will get rid of them. But if it is a cavity and not just the beginnings, then it will need to be filled.

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I believe you can cure these cavities. If you brush your teeth twice after every meal and floss. Making sure to get the food out of the cavities before you brush using a toothpick or needle (be careful--this is only for very small cavities) and drinking lots of raw milk and or NIDO milk (powdered milk with calcium, vitamins, etc.) After brushing your teeth in the morning... rinse out your mouth with water and swish the milk and drink it often through the day. At the end of the day, brush your teeth before bed and rinse with either hydrogen peroxide (not too much) or regular mouthwash. I am currently doing this and it seems to be helping a lot.

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