A cavity is a hole in a tooth, while a tooth is a tooth’s root.
It can be filled with water or a toothbrush, but it can also be filled by the gum, gum or teeth themselves.
The difference between them is the material inside them, not how they are filled.
Dentists call it the material.
Here’s what you need to know about tooth fillings.
What are cavities?
Cavities are the opening in a human tooth, usually between the tooth root and the top of the tooth.
They can cause infections, and can cause problems like tooth decay.
In the case of a cavity, the filling isn’t made of gum, but of other materials, including calcium carbonate and fillings that come from bacteria.
What do dentists say?
A dentist says a tooth can be full if there’s a hole that’s about an inch (0.4 centimeters) in diameter and less than two millimeters (0