What is a tooth decay?
Tooth decay is often the result of poor diet and poor dental hygiene. Tooth decay is generally seen in the molars and premolars, which you use to chew food with.
Symptoms of tooth decay
A tooth decay is hardly recognizable at the beginning. As the decay is progressing, the following symptoms may occur:
- Sharp pain while eating anything very sweet, cold or hot
- Unpleasant breath
- Holes in your tooth
- Pain when you bite
- Appearance of grey or black spots in your teeth
- Increase sensitivity in your tooth