Do I have a cavity quiz

Do you have a fear of dentists? Do you avoid seeing them until the pain becomes unbearable? In that case, it is high time that you face your fears and check if you have cavities. The presence of bacteria in your teeth and gums is common, but if left unchecked, these germs can cause decay and lead to a cavity.

Do I have cavity quiz can uncover if you have any symptoms related to cavities. Always check with your dentist to have a proper checkup.

Do I have a cavity quiz

Question 1: Do you feel any pain in your teeth?

  • Answer 1: Yes, in only one tooth
  • Answer 2: Yes, in more than one tooth
  • Answer 3: I don't have any pain in my teeth

Question 2: Have you had any fillings in the past 2 years?

  • Answer 1: Yes, I have
  • Answer 2: No I have not

Question 3: Is one or more of your teeth sensitive to hot or cold drinks?

  • Answer 1: Yes, one tooth specifically
  • Answer 2: Yes, multiple teeth are sensitive to either hot or cold drinks
  • Answer 3: No, my teeth are not sensitive to hot or cold drinks

Question 4: How often do you brush your teeth?

  • Answer 1: Twice a day
  • Answer 2: Once a day
  • Answer 3: A few times a week
  • Answer 4: Never

Question 5: Do you use fluoridated toothpaste when you brush?

  • Answer 1: Yes, I do
  • Answer 2: No, I don't
  • Answer 3: I don't know

Question 6: Do you see any white or darks spots on your teeth that might be a cavity?

  • Answer 1: Yes, I see one or more white spots
  • Answer 2: Yes, I see one or more white spots
  • Answer 3: Yes, I see both white and dark spots
  • Answer 4: No, I don't see any white or darks spots

Question 7: Is your mouth often dry?

  • Answer 1: Yes, it's always very dry
  • Answer 2: Yes, it's dry sometimes
  • Answer 3: No, my mouth is not dry

Question 8: Do you currently use braces or retainers?

  • Answer 1: Yes, I do use braces or retainers
  • Answer 2: No, I do not use braces or retainers

Do you have a cavity quiz results

If you answered yes to 3 or more questions, there is a possibility that you might have a cavity and should visit your dentist. A cavity looks white in the early stages and dark in the later stages which can tell you how long you've had the cavity for

It's recommended to brush twice a day and use floss to prevent cavities. Also remember to use fluoridated toothpaste to protect your teeth.

If you're still in doubt after this quiz, book an appointment with your dentist to have a check up. Your dentist will take an x-ray and check your teeth for cavities.

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