Cavities

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Last Updated: 08 May 2022
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Cavities are caused when the teeth begin to degeneration due to food being left on the teeth. A dental expert can tell if you have a cavity if the tooth is soft when touched by an oral tool. Cavities take place as a result of tooth decay. WebMD clarifies tooth plaque and why it can hurt your teeth.

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