Cavities can make your teeth hurt or be sensitive to hot and cold temperatures. But pain and discomfort aren’t the only symptoms of cavities.

Key takeaways:

  • You can have cavities even if you don’t have a toothache.
  •  Sometimes, cavities are only painful if decay covers a large area, or after it’s affected your teeth for a while.
  • There are other symptoms to look out for, such as tooth discolouration.

Don’t wait until your teeth hurt to have cavities treated. Regular check ups with the dentist can help spot cavities early on.

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