It may be hard to feel good about the news you have problems with tooth decay, but it is beneficial to receive an early warning about a cavity. Timing is important when it comes to restorative dental work. Going to routine dental appointments is something everyone should do twice per year. No one is immune to oral issues which means that everyone needs routine dental care. Oral pain typically happens because there is some type of problem. Your body is letting you know that there is an issue that needs to be addressed.
The risk of tooth decay, gum disease and tooth loss can be reduced with good oral hygiene, a low-sugar and acid diet, wearing a mouthguard when playing sport, and regular visits to the dentist.
Gum disease is a common issue. Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that can lead to symptoms such as pain, inflamed gums, and bleeding gums. Gingivitis itself is not considered an emergency but if you do not address it early on it can progress into periodontitis. Periodontitis is more serious and can lead to more severe pain, receding gums, and tooth loss.
Another common issue is Tooth decay which can lead to serious pain and damage to your teeth. If the pain you feel is caused because of decay, you will continue to have issues until you see the dentist and have it treated.
Professional cleaning removes built-up debris from the teeth. This may include food particles, soft plaque (bacterial growth) or hard calculus (caused by the mineral deposits from saliva onto the soft plaque , sometimes called tartar). Plaque and calculus are the main causes of gum disease. Professional cleaning helps treat and prevent gum disease.
Dental fillings are used to treat tooth decay that has caused a cavity (hole). The dentist removes decay from the tooth, cleans the cavity, dries and seals it with a filling material.
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