How an Untreated Cavity Can Lead to a Dental Emergency
A cavity in a tooth might seem like the most common dental problem that exists. Because it's such an everyday problem, it's easy to think of a cavity as being benign, relatively harmless and little more than an inconvenience—and in most cases it is. Unless you don't seek treatment for it, of course. Early Stages Ideally, a cavity will be noted in its early developmental stages. Cavities begin on the surface of a tooth, so your dental enamel is the first to be affected.