While it’s definitely ideal to think that you’ll never have to deal with a cavity, that’s likely not the truth. Most people end up with a cavity at some point in their lives, which makes knowing how to treat and deal with them an imperative. Even with regular visits to Dr. Rafael A. Perez at Stone Lake Dental in Wichita Falls, Texas, you can still develop a cavity.
If that happens then you need to know what to do in order to handle your first cavity. Let’s take a look at a few simple things you can do while you wait for a filling.
A lot of people still worry about cavities, and while it’s good to worry, if you have a good oral health routine and still get a cavity, you don’t need to worry too much. The cavity is likely just a sign that you’re not cleaning an area of your mouth very well, or that you should remember to floss more regularly. Cavities, in these instances, are usually small. They’re like a wake-up call to work harder on your oral health.
Get it filled ASAP
You can’t let a cavity linger. Doing that is just asking for other problems that you don’t want to deal with, including infection. Get the cavity filled as soon as possible and you’ll be fine.
While a cavity isn’t what you want, if you get one you should follow the above advice to get you through the experience.