When I ate something sugary my teeth would hurt a bit for like 2 seconds. But recently I was eating a breakfast bar and it was hurting really badly, like for maybe a minute. It's only happened those two times, so it's not like it's every time I eat sugar. So I'm not sure if it's a cavity. Or just that I should lay off the sugar?? Or what?

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 23 - October - 2013, at 20:39 PM

  • If you are sensitive towards sweets then either you have some initial cavity or some root exposure is there. Sometimes there is cervical abrasion near the root and tooth becomes sensitive to sweet or because of some small cavity which can be diagnosed by taking xrays, can cause it. So donot take it lightly and visit your dentist and get diagnosis done otherwise this problem will increase and you may have to go for root canal treatment afterwards. for more info on cavities you can check this link in our website..... http://www.identalhub.com/dental-treatment-of-cavities-in-teeth-923.aspx

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