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Which areas are prone to cavities?

Though we have our distinct experiences with this ever-disastrous tooth decay, dentists were able to point some areas in your teeth which are more prone to cavity development compared to others. This can be due to the challenge of cleaning an area effectively.   Know these areas so you can be aware where you need focus when flossing and brushing your teeth.

Above your gum line

You often miss this area when you are brushing your teeth. Moreover, it tends to accumulate more sugars and acids, which pools around your gum line. Try to rotate your toothbrush to stop cavities from developing. Doing that targets the whole area from a downward position.

Grooves at the rear teeth

You will immediately notice your molars fully covered with groves on the side as well as chewing area. They are known as fissures, which produces plaque that  may develop into cavities if not attended to right away.

Between your teeth

Usually, all of your teeth are positioned side by side except for the rear part teeth. Thus, it is not that easy to clean the side of the teeth by just using a toothbrush. That’s why it makes sense for you to floss your teeth regularly to keep them healthy and white.

Areas along your fillings

There are instances that fillings in your teeth could leak or shift over time particularly if your teeth have natural chewing pressures. You should know that the margin between your tooth and restoration or fillings is an ideal place for plaques to reside and form cavities all over. Needless to say, you must let your dentist carefully assess the strength of every fillings you have during your scheduled checkup.   There you go – the unreachable areas around your mouth which tend to develop plaque that can turn into cavities. Now that you’re aware, you can easily stop those harmful plaques from increasing. Give you best smile on your next selfie!

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