Recognise Signs of Cavities

Cavities are the rotten part of the tooth. Cavities can be recognised in a variation of ways, depending on how severe the damage and it is in the mouth. Normally, the symptoms are not visible until the damaged area becomes larger. The symptoms that arise, among others:

– Sensitive Teeth

This pain can be mild or more severe and occurs when you eat food or drink very hot or cold. Even food and very sweet liquid can cause this painful sensation.

– Holes in the Teeth

When the perforated teeth, you may be able to see the hole in the damaged tooth.

– Toothache

A toothache may be a mild or severe pain. Pain is felt when you bite into something.

– Noda

Dark stain that looks brown or black on the teeth can be another sign of tooth decay.

– X-ray

Usually, you can not recognise the signs of cavities, such as pain or holes. Only use x-ray when in the dentist can detect it. This is another reason that you regularly check the teeth in every 6 months.