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I have a lot of teeth problems there are some small cavities and some brown dirt stuck on my teeth.can anyone tell me what to do to remove when am st home.I hate seeing the dentist and I wanted to know if anyone has some home remedies I can try
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You just have to go see the dentist if you want the job professionally done. Teeth are delicate. They bring out all our beauty, so we should get a well done and have confidence in the outcome. If you mess them up you may have low self-esteem. So really think of what you want to do.
 
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You just have to go see the dentist if you want the job professionally done. Teeth are delicate. They bring out all our beauty, so we should get a well done and have confidence in the outcome. If you mess them up you may have low self-esteem. So really think of what you want to do.
Thanks for the advice I guess I just have to do that.l will have to face up my fears of going back to a dentist.
 

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Let me know how it goes and if he or she manages to do a good job. You will not feel a thing cause you will be under an anesthesia. They are also a bit pricy but I think it's because they do a good job. All the very best.
 
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Let me know how it goes and if he or she manages to do a good job. You will not feel a thing cause you will be under an anesthesia. They are also a bit pricy but I think it's because they do a good job. All the very best.

I will surely let you know and thank you for that.
 

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I have not tried this but I hear baking soda and lemon juice can remove your cavities. All you have to do is add a few drops of lemon juice on a pinch of baking soda and apply on the affected area and gently brush your teeth.
 

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I am sorry to say that you cannot escape the dentist because once a tooth develops a cavity it will grow and it can even contaminate the tooth beside it. No matter how you brush your teeth or even if you do flossing every time you eat the cavity will not be gone. The tooth with cavity can be filled up or it can be extracted and be replaced with a denture. If you are really scared of the dentist then all you can do is to gargle every time you eat.
 

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Well, there is no way around, that could be serious as well, there are some remedy that you can use, but still who knows how big the problem is, its better for you to go and visit dentist at least they provide you the proper treatment. I can understand going to dentist can be bit expensive, but your health is top most priority and should cured as soon as possible.
 

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Many people have oral problems emanating mainly from poor hygiene, improper oral care and genetics. I think we can prevent some of these problems by taking good care of the teeth and visiting a dentist regularly.
 

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We must all make sure to take care of our teeth. As it is, 'prevention is better than cure'. By performing simple practices such as regularly brushing our teeth, we can go miles in alleviating many of the teeth problems.
 
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