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Dentist Explains the 5 Stages of Tooth Decay

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cavityYour teeth can last for a lifetime with the right care over the years. Unfortunately, the biggest threat to their health is tooth decay. A cavity does not develop all at once. In fact, there are 5 distinct stages of decay. While you have probably heard tooth decay is not reversible, depending on the stage, you can restore your tooth’s health with the help of your dentist to prevent the issue from worsening. Here are the 5 stages of tooth decay to help you keep your smile healthy.


Why Is My Dentist Probing My Gums?

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healthy smileThe foundation to a healthy smile starts with the right oral hygiene habits at home. In addition to brushing and flossing, it is best to see your dentist twice a year for a cleaning and checkup. At your appointment, your teeth will be cleaned while a comprehensive examination is performed to monitor for complications, like tooth decay. During your examination, your dentist will probe your gums, but why? Although the poking may seem unnecessary, it serves a valuable purpose. It provides with key information about your gum health for quick detection of periodontal disease.

Your Dentist Explains the 5 Stages of Tooth Decay

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Image of a cavityYou care about the health of your smile, which is why you practice proper oral hygiene and visit your dentist regularly. However, there is a hidden danger lurking in your mouth—cavity-causing bacteria. Tooth decay is the most common dental complication to occur with over 90% of adults having had at least one in a permanent tooth; however, it does not happen overnight. It occurs in stages and can take quite some time for a cavity to form. If found in the early stages, you can help to stop it from progressing before it is too late.

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