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.">There may be. Check this out curetoothdecay.com/. I haven't tried it, but it looks interesting. Worth looking into!
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.
Yes, i have small cavities and dentists say they need fillings
magnetic separation-the iron fillings are small and can be magnetize so, by using magnets you can able to separate sand from iron fillings
Dental Cavities are the spaces or small holes.These are caused due to accumulated food in the teeth.
You can use a magnet to attract the iron filings. Magnesium is not magnetic.
A small hole is drilled into the skull
The same as any other child...I guess depending on the age ?
It's for drilling small, accurate holes quickly.
If you have dental fillings aluminum can react with them and your saliva to generate a small voltage.
The Mouth, the Stomach, the small intestine, the large intestine.
a small hole drilling in the disc ofenergy meter is to avoid
We can observe small particles of iron and sulfur.
A cavity is very small. It lives in your mouth and typically forms a plaque. Cavities are small holes in your teeth that need to be filled.
It is a rarity but some Obsidian has been found with small Gas Bubbles in it which when chipped or broken it can have cavities. the Natural Museum in San Francisco, California, has been known to have some Samples for Viewing and study.
To clean the air that comes through your nose that by trapping small specks of dirt.
This was thought of as to lose heat. The Neanderthals lived in colder climates and had small nasal cavities.
Depends how small and your pain threshold.c
Metal fillings are typically not made of ferrous metals, meaning containing iron. Even if they do, the amount of metal is very minute, and the metal detectors aren't sensitive enough to pick up those small of amounts.
By the dentist getting a small tooth drill and drilling the cavity. Then they make a mixture and put it on the tooth where they drilled.
You need a masonry drill, with a carbide tip, and you should also secure this 'small rock' properly while drilling it.
Alveoli, (from Latin alveoli, "little cavities") are an anatomical structure which have the form of hollow cavities. Found in the lung, the pulmonary alveoli are spherical extensions of the respiratory bronchioles (small air passages leading off the windpipe) and are the primary sites of gas exchange with the blood. Alveoli are only found in the lungs of mammals.
Use an easy-out of harder metal after drilling a small hole with harder metal.
Bacteria are too small to see without a microscope. WAY too small.
Try drilling a very small hole at the rear of the motor to lubricate the bearing