You will need to be more specific to get a better answer, but most likely you'll have to have a dentist put a filling put in the tooth. What is the hole from? Where is the hole in the tooth? How long have you had it? Any more details you can add will be very helpful in answering your question better. More opinions from FAQ Farmers: * I have two holes in the back of my front teeth!. I am 17 years of age. I was really worried if I would lose the teeth as I am getting orthodontic treatment and still am. I couldn't understand the Orthodontist never said you must go and get them filled. So I went to my normal dentist; he said that they are just knocks off the enamel of my teeth. What a relief. He thought that my retainer had caused the loss of enamel, which i could understand. If you are worried you should see a dentist. He/she will tell you. Hope you don't need fillings. * You should get them pulled. Holes in teeth are a sign of tooth decay which can later on result in an infection. * I would recommend visiting the dentist to make sure it isn't decay, and if it s isn't, a cosmetic dentist to cover it up with porcelain veneers.
cavity is the hole in tooth
"Cary" (one r ) is the real, or, medical, term for a hole in a tooth due to tooth decay. These are commonly referred to as "cavities" however a "cavity" technically can be a hole or depression in anything. A Cary is specifically a hole in a tooth.
Eroding away of tooth enamel
When there is a cavity in a tooth it can look like there is a hole in the tooth. The hole in the tooth may also be discolored, either brown, gray, or black.
its called a cavity ...
A hole is a cavity, it means that the tooth is rotten or rotted. If you see a hole it is past time to see the dentist. You should also be brushing more often.
A hole or weak spot in the tooth surface caused by decay.
If you have a hole in the mouth with a white line around where a tooth use to be mean that you have a tooth coming back in. I would go to the doctor and have them check it out.
it is called a cavity
See the dentist.....
i think you are referring to the lingual fossa.
Yes, the stitches would cover the hole where your tooth was extracted. This is to help the gums heal without food getting caught in the hole.
Two weeks to a month depending on the tooth extracted.
If you get food into a tooth extraction hole, it can cause pain, infection, and decrease the healing time. Your doctor should have given you a syringe that you can use to squirt water into the hole to get any food out.
well, if an adults tooth fell out it would not grow back on you will just end up with a hole where the tooth fell out!
A cavity is a hole which can be in the earth, a tooth, etc.
Go to the dentist! See a dentist.
When you have cavities and don't brush your teeth.
On the calcified side it is called a pore
it is a disease where the tooth has a hole and the gum rots
Not too sure