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I am facing cavity issues in all my tooth's. I do eat chocolates and drink tea regularly. I have undergone a root canal treatment once however facing a lot of issues with the rest of them. Please let me know what can I do to prevent any further cavities.

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I am facing cavity issues in all my tooth's. I do eat cho...
Brush after every intake especially at night, eat chocolate just before the meals keep as clean as possible get all cavity filled.
I am facing cavity issues in all my tooth's. I do eat cho...
1st of all cavity which is already devlop should be treated 1st as existing cavity grows. And you have to maintain gud oral hygiene by follow some points. Regular do 2 times brushing with proper brushing technique. Do not eat anything after night brushing. Visit your dentist regularly every 6 month for routine check up. Proffesional cleaning of teeth when required (mostly yearly) change your brush every 3 month avoid sweet and sticky food. Thanks.
I am facing cavity issues in all my tooth's. I do eat cho...
You will have to improve your eating habits. Include a lot of fiber in your diet. Chew really well so that more saliva is produced, which, in turn, acts as a self cleansing mechanism. Please visit your dentist biannually.
I am facing cavity issues in all my tooth's. I do eat cho...
Cavity can be treated either by filling or rct depends upon the condition of pulp. Get one x-ray done. It will help to decide the treatment you need. For prevention you should take care of your oral hygiene. Brush twice regularly. Rinse after every meal. Floss your tooth to prevent food impaction.
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