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Smiling gets you everywhere. It also makes people feel better. Rotting teeth, however, can take the shine off your smile. But there’s more. Once teeth start rotting, not only a person’s smile suffers and in a worse case could mean dentures.. Rotting teeth can cause pain and can lead to problems with the gums, jawbone and root canal. Therefore, it is best to prevent rotting teeth.
A decayed tooth is a tooth where the surface is badly and permanently damaged, causing cavities. A decayed tooth can result in tooth pain.
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A rotten tooth can result from several causes. It often starts with poor oral hygiene where a person does not brush their teeth enough. As a result, more bacteria are active in the mouth and this, combined with food particles, can create plaque, which in itself can lead to a decaying tooth. In addition, regular snacking and drinking sugary drinks can also lead to teeth that are rotten.
A rotten tooth is not always noticeable at first. Often the first symptoms are your tooth becoming sensitive to cold or hot drinks, bad breath or an unpleasant taste in your mouth. This can progress to a continuous sharp pain that keeps you awake. When this happens, you are often already sitting with a cavity in your tooth that you may or may not notice. In further stages of a decaying tooth, it may start discolouring to brown or even black.
Should a decayed tooth be treated? Definitely! Rotten teeth are dangerous for your teeth. If you don’t treat a decaying tooth, it will always get worse and worse. Eventually, it will reach the root of the tooth and damage it. The tooth itself will also suffer damage. In worse cases, the tooth may become inflamed and the only solution may be to extract the tooth. This is precisely why a regular check-up at the dentist is necessary. This way you can detect and treat cavities and prevent worse.
There are a number of things you can do to prevent rotting teeth. First and foremost, it is advisable to go for a dental check-up every six months. This way, any rotting teeth can be detected and treated to prevent worse. You yourself can also make good oral hygiene a priority at home. Therefore, brush your teeth twice a day with a toothpaste containing fluoride. Flossing is also recommended as this way you remove food particles you cannot reach when brushing. Another tip to prevent decaying teeth is to avoid sugary drinks and foods.
Frequently asked questions
What to do in case of rotten teeth
When you have a rotten tooth, it is best to visit your dentist. The latter can still treat a rotten tooth before it becomes worse and permanently damaged. Often, a cavity can be filled. In worse cases, the tooth has to be pulled.
How to prevent rotting teeth
Rotting teeth can be prevented by good oral hygiene. Avoid sugary products and brush your teeth twice a day. Use a dentist-approved toothpaste with fluoride. For best results, floss your teeth regularly as well.
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