6 responses

  1. ♥ Kelly Kapowski ♥
    May 28, 2012

    you can’t

  2. KainPhoenix
    May 28, 2012

    Once you get them there’s not much you can do. This is why brushing and flossing every day and going to the dentist for regular cleanings is important.

  3. grandpa walleye
    May 28, 2012

    If you have small cavities, there is nothing you can do to heal them. The decay needs to be removed and fillings placed. If they are small the cost will be minimal. If you let them go and the become large, the cost of repair may then be thousands.

  4. Saraah,xo
    May 28, 2012

    You can’t. Best thing to do is to go ASAP, if you don’t the cavity will get worse, more painful and eventually you’ll have to have a root canal, and those are no fun and a lot more expensive

  5. An excellent advice giver
    May 28, 2012

    NO there is nothing you can do. You can call the dentist and ask for a prescription fluoride rinse (not sold in stores) and use that every night to help prevent new cavities or stop the one you have. Then in 6 months get another dental exam. And if the cavity is still there or worse then you will have to pay to get a filling. Cavities do not cost a thousand dollars to fix. It is cheaper to fix a cavity when it is small.

  6. Ash
    May 28, 2012

    You can’t, decay/cavities/dental caries is irreversible. A suggestion would be go to a dental school to get them filled at a lower rate. In the future, get a fluoride treatment at the dental office, and use a toothbrush and mouthwash with fluoride in it, that can help prevent future cavities from forming.

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