Monday, May 21, 2012

How to Temporary Fix a Cavity



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If you have ever had a toothache then you know how painful a toothache can get.  If you just got a tooth pain after eating.

You should check to see if you got food particles or meat stuck in between your teeth.  Floss the area that hurts to see if you have any food stuck between your teeth.

Either gargle with warm salt water or mouthwash.  This will clean and flush out the area.

If possible get someone to look at the area where your tooth is hurting to see if you chipped your tooth or have a cavity.

If you do have a cavity read this article you will find relief if you cannot see your dentist right away.

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