Can you get a cavity even if you do not eat sweets?
I don’t eat sweets and brush/floss regularly, but I have a pain in one of my back teeth and when I described pain to dentist, he thinks its a cavity. I’m going in 2 weeks to find out for sure, but I forgot to tell him on the phone that I’ve never had a sweet tooth.
Could it be something else?
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