If the cavity is superficial, that is, only on the upper layers of the tooth, it can surely be filled with a tooth colored material. However, if it is a deep one, it you may have to undergo an RCT, followed by cap, which is a slightly longer procedure than a usual filling.
I suggest that you consult me privately on lybrate so that you attach the pictures of your cavity ans I can be in a better position to solve your query, and send across an appropriate prescription.
Better get your check up done from a dentist, rather then taking tablets- if so try out with Ketorol DT in emergency.
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