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Cavities are the ultimate enemy that you battle
against every time you brush your teeth.
While most people learn about cavities
as children, you might not know everything
there is to know about tooth decay.
People are often surprised to discover that
there are different types of cavities.
Learning more about tooth decay lets you
know what we are looking for during your
Your mouth contains natural bacteria
that usually doesn’t cause a problem.
Oral bacteria feeds upon the same food
that you eat.
It mostly feeds on sugar and carbohydrates.
This is why you will often hear dentists
recommend that you limit your sugar intake.
As the bacteria feeds, it creates acid.
The acid then breaks down the tooth
enamel until a cavity develops.
Most cavities form slowly.
They can also appear on any part
of your tooth.
Dentists classify cavities by naming the
location of the cavity on the tooth’s
It is also possible to have several types
of cavities on the same tooth.
You’ll often find this type of cavity on
the visible surfaces of your teeth.
Since the smooth part of your teeth
is harder for the bacteria to build upon,
these cavities are fairly uncommon.
They often show up between the teeth
or on the backs.
Making sure to floss and brush all
of your teeth’s surfaces helps prevent
If you take a look at your back molars,
you’ll notice little grooves that help you
chew your food.
Those tiny crevices often catch food
and can accumulate bacteria inside
Brushing can help, but some people
have deep pits and fissures that are
hard to fully clean.
We can apply sealants on the back
teeth that help to stop food from
getting inside the grooves.
The roots of your teeth usually lie
below the gum line.
This helps to prevent cavities from
People with gum recession