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Dental Cavities are the result of tooth decay. Dental cavities can affect both the inner (dentin) and outer (enamel) surface of teeth. Foods with high carbohydrate content cause cavities. Such foods combine with the saliva and turn into acids that act on teeth. Symptoms are:
• Difficulty in biting or eating
• A black or yellow colored spot on the teeth
HOW IS DENTAL CAVITIES DIAGNOSED?
To arrive at a diagnosis, the dentist will usually conduct a physical examination of the mouth where all the corners of the gums and jaws will be checked. Also, a dental X ray can reveal how far the decay has spread and to look for soft spots.
HOW IS DENTAL CAVITIES TREATED?
The dentist will remove the decayed portion of the tooth. This will be done with the help of a drill. The hollow portion will then require a filling which will be installed by the dentist.
DID YOU KNOW?
Tooth decay is the second most common disorder, after common cold, affecting children and young adults. It is also a common cause of tooth loss in young people.