Help! I am a college student and I take extremely good care of my teeth (I brush them like 5 times a day) and it seems like I noticed just today that I have a cavity or something in my one tooth because it's brownish in the center and really painful, but when I looked in the mirror, a lot of my teeth in the back are starting to turn brownish and I can't even chew without causing pain. How could this have happened so quickly?! I also taste a weird, metallic/acidic taste in my mouth. Is this something different than a cavity? Also, I am in California and won't be home (Pennsylvania) to make an appointment for another three weeks and no one takes my insurance out here. What should I do?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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