Hello lybrate-user, You need to visit the dentist soon and show you’re tooth to examine the condition Depending on the depth of the cavity and it’s condition there are 2 options: go for tooth color filling (aesthetic plus strength wise better) and second is root canal followed with a cap The dentist will give you the details and if you have an X-ray of it right now you can post it to me. I can help you much in detail.
The best treatment is you should get to the dentist and get RCT and save the tooth. If it is possible. Don't wait till the tooth starts aching.
But the RCT will not save other tooths for carries.
Once you are done with dentist treatment. Start homoeopathic treatment to stop the caries further.
You may consult through Lybrate.
It shows weak enamel and caries. Caries can be corrected by filling only. For pain it seems exposed nerve endings are there. Weaker teeth may be due to various reasons. Pl send dental surgeon 's check up report.
Hello lybrate-user, You need to start a good oral health care regimen everyday: 2 times brushing, gargling after every meal and reduce sugar intake in you’re diet Please visit a dentist for a tooth cleaning process And for a check up for the cavities Depending on the depth of the cavities and condition of the teeth: filling or root canal followed with a cap can be suggested If you have an X-ray of you’re teeth please post it here so that I can help you in detail.
You may see discoloration, cavitation,food lodgement of the concerned decayed teeth. And whole decayed portion of the tooth is removed during drilling so as any decayed portion left may not cause decay process again.
Dental cavity is a very common issue now a days.
There is no such anti cavity toothpaste in the market, only your regular two times brushing and flossing, Eating healthy foods like fruits, green vegetables etc, Limiting the consumption of acidic foods and beverages like tea and coffee, fizzy drinks etc and most important Limiting the consumption of sticky foods like pizza, chocolates, toffee etc. Look for a fluoridated toothpaste as fluoride plays an important role in keeping your tooth healthy.
Visit your concerned dentist every 6 months so your oral diagnosis can be done and treatment can be planned accordingly.