Could dental caries be reversed without any help of dental treatment?

Not really. Incipient exceptionally early decay that has not penetrated through the enamel into the dentin can sometimes be halted and re mineralized. If you know you have a cavity, however, you're long past that threshold and will need restorative care. In either case the enemy is procrastination...See your dentist now.
Incipient decay. In its most early stages, demineralization of the enamel can be reversed using certain creams and pastes. If the decay has broken down the enamel matrix, then dentist intervention is necessary.

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Please tell me, could dental caries be reversed without any help of dental treatment?

Usually no. In the very, very early stages of enamel calcification the breakdown of the mineral matrix can be reversed using certain pastes and other products. However, for the most part, tooth decay needs to be removed and restored by a dentist... No other way. Speak to your dentist to see what is recommended for you. Read more...
No and Yes. No if the decay is through the enamel and yes if it is still in the enamel only. In that case the product is call icon and can repair the enamel. The lesions icon can be used on are called incipient lesions so check with your dentist. Read more...

Ozone therapy ok for the treatment of dental caries?

Maybe. There is some recent evidence that for limited caries(not deeply fissured) ozone therapy may be as effective as more conventional therapy. Experience with this still seems to be limited. Read more...
Dentist for caries. The only "therapy" that I am aware of for the treatment of dental caries (aka cavities, tooth decay) is a dental restoration by a dentist. For prevention of dental caries, brush and floss daily and see your dentist every 6 months. Read more...

How can I have dental cavity treatment by laser technology?

Laser cavity treated. Hard tissue lasers such as the waterlase iplus can treat cavities via laser. My suggestion is to search on google for a dentist who provides this service in clearwater. Good luck. Read more...
See below. If you have a small cavity lasers can be effective in removing tooth decay. Bacteria are dark, the light from the laser is attracted to dark so the bacteria are killed while the tootyh istelf is unharmed. However this is only effective on small cavities ...Its still the drill for a large area of decay. Read more...
See a Laser Dentist. The most popular hard tissue dental laser system is biolase iplus or iplus. It uses laser pulses to activate an air-water spray to prepare the cavity and remove the decay. Read more...
Yes, depends. Many cavities can be be removed with certain lasers used in the dental office. However, many cannot be due to the size or the location of the cavity. Inquire with your dentist or check out the web for a laser dentist. They can determine if you are a candidate for that type of treatment. Read more...
Waterlase. Is one of the search you can use to look for a dentist in your area. It is one of the coolest technology in dentistry ever. I hope you are in chicago. Read more...
Yes. Hard tissue lasers can be used to perform most restorative dentistry, often without the need for local anesthetic. Just about any cavity can be treated this way. The only time i ever use the high speed drill for fillings is when i need to remove old amalgam fillings and the final adjustment/polish of the composite. More info.... http://www.laserdentistbaltimore.com/laser-dentistry/. Read more...
No shots no drills. No shots are required for laser cavity treatment procedure, and you'll love the results without pain or discomfort! Read more...

6 yearold baby upper teeth cavity no problem what is the treatment?

Baby teeth. Baby teeth are important to treat. They maintain the space for the growing permenant teeth. Small cavities are treated with fillings. Sometimes large cavities are treated with stainless steel crowns. Read more...

What are some alternative treatment on cavity in teeth?

Extraction. Carious lesions need to be restored by a dentist... There are no alternatives. Failure to restore will result in the tooth rotting to the point where it is unrestorable and will need extraction. So have your cavities restored. Read more...
Cavities. Some dentists are using different kinds of abrasion techniques, topical sealants and lasers to treat cavities. It is no longer the case where every cavity needs to be treated using a dental drill. Newer technology has proven to be effective and less invasive than in the past since the goal of restorative treatment is to save and protect as much enamel of our teeth as possible. Read more...
No Filling at all. Early diagnosis of dental decay (caries) can allow for interventions without the need for traditional fillings, that is, non surgical treatment. Through the use of advanced digital x rays, laser fluorescence, high magnification, and risk assessments early cavities can be reversed. If you want more information click here..http://www.laserdentistbaltimore.com/filling-free-decay-management/ Read more...
Only one option. See your dentist for evaluation and x-rays. Treatments for cavities include fillings, crowns, extractions and root canals. Do not delay. Read more...
Cavities. Teeth with cavities require that the decay be removed and replaced with some form of restoration. If that is not done, the decay will eventually destroy the tooth, cause an infection or both. See a dentist to discuss treatment options and preventive care. Read more...
Extraction. Decay (cavity) will progress without treatment. The decay has to be removed and the tooth restored. Sometimes if the cavity is on an erupted wisdom tooth (3rd molar), the tooth is extracted rather than fixed. Read more...

Can there be some cure for dental caries without removing the affected teeth?

Yes. There are many procedure to save a tooth with carious lesions: root canal therapy, posts, crowns. These procedures can be performed only if there is enough solid tooth structure present and no periodontal disease. If there is not enough good tooth to warrant the time and expense of the above procedures, the tooth is deemed hopeless and extracted. $$$ can be better spent on an implant in that area. Read more...
Saving teeth. That's what dentists go to dental school for. To learn how to save teeth. From simple fillings to more involved endodontic, periodontal and restorative procedures. It's amazing what can be done nowadays. But we need our patient's cooperation in order to restore their teeth. At some point however, if the patient doesn't care or won't cooperate, or the tooth is hopeless, we can replace them. Read more...