Tooth decay can travel from 1 to another tooth?

Not really. Tooth decay does not 'travel' per se. However, the bacteria that cause decay are in greater concentration on a tooth that is next to a tooth experiencing decay. Therefore, you will frequently see decay between two teeth that touch affecting both teeth.
Yes. Most often this is seen interproximally...Between the teeth. It is never wise to leave cavities untreated, as this can lead to any unhealthy oral environment even with good home care. Treat the decay and then practice good preventive measures at home and by seeing your dentist regularly.
FREQUENT FLY R . Bacteria and poor oral hygiene cause cavities so if one tooth has decay than others are susceptible also.
Yes. Tooth decay between the teeth cause bacteria from the cavity to be be in constant contact with the tooth it is touching--that is one of the reasons flossing is so important!

Related Questions

Please tell me, could one have a small tooth decay but without bad breath or saliva?

Absolutely. Small cavities do not cause bad breath. They do turn into larger cavities requiring root canal therapy or extractions if you just wait and do not get them fixed. When was your last dental check-up and cleaning? Read more...
Definitely, yes. However, the proper diagnosis is the key to a successful treatment. See your dentist for Halimeter test, diagnosis and bad breath treatment that depends on its cause. Good luck. Read more...

How common is replenish tooth decay? I feel like I am the only one with this type of weak teeth?

Be more specific. You are not the only one with tooth decay. Many people have dental problems. What do you mean be "replenish" tooth decay? Read more...
??? Please explain what you mean by "replenish tooth decay." there are lots of ways to manage decay in adults. If you mean "recurrent" decay around old restorations, talk to your dentist about diet control, flossing. Fluoride rinses and treatments, anti-microbial rinses, and many other approaches. Read more...

48 hrs ago had temp crowns for front teeth due to tooth decay under old ones and replace a rod. Now fever and ear pain with temp crowns on. Advice?

Contact DDS. Possibly one of these teeth have abscessed -- may require root canal treatment. Contact your DDS or Endodontist. Read more...
Related? The fever and ear pain may or may not be related to a dental problem. The only way to know is to discuss this with your own dentist who may refer you to your physician if he\she feels it's unrelated. This cannot be properly diagnosed over the internet. Call your dentist. Read more...
Unrelated, see GP. If an earache gets worse or does not improve in 24 to 48 hours, make an appointment to see your GP for evaluation and treatment. Read more...