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Dealing with Molar Tooth Decay (Cavities)

I’m sure that nobody wants to have a toothache, but there are many evidences where people neglect their oral health that will increase the risk of pain. We do understand that most people think that dental care are expensive, but with careful chosen dental insurance you can get your regular checkups for free. Even if you’re not interested in the insurance, we highly recommend you to choose other form of dental plan that can help you covering the cost of dental care.

Toothache are typically caused by cavities or tooth decay, and our molar teeth -whether you like it or not- are the ones that have higher chance of tooth decay due to various reasons, but mostly because of their shape and width that makes cleaning is a bit hard to do.

Let’s start this post with a short explanation about tooth cavities and how it develops inside your teeth (molar or non-molar).

It all started with our food. When your molar teeth is continuously exposed to sweet or sugary foods (which are not always sweet, surprisingly), over the time the sweet stuff will become acidic and they grind away your tooth enamel. What’s even worse is that many bad bacteria are in love with sugary stuffs, so when you eat these sweet things and don’t brush you are stepping one step closer to oral health disaster. Bacteria will speed up the tooth decay process, so you really need to take a proper care of your molar and other teeth.

Once the enamel is broken, the tooth decay works even faster. Should you left it alone and don’t get any help from your dentist you should prepare for painful experience of toothache. Visiting a dentist is a great way to let yourself know about the situation. Depending on your case, the dentist may only put some fillings to the exposed molar tooth, but if there’s too much damage happening in that tooth then they will have to extract it.



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