You feel a sharp pain when you bite down or try to eat. You think it's a cavity, but you're not 100 percent sure. Your dentist can see you, but it will be a few days. Meanwhile, you want relief and a solution now. The big question you have is, can you heal cavity pain at home, without help from your dentist?
Although there are steps you can take to remineralize your tooth enamel and halt the decay process at home, if you suspect that you have a cavity, the best thing you can do is schedule an appointment with your dentist for treatment. In the early stages, it is possible to reverse dental decay. But, as the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research notes, once the enamel is fully weakened and destroyed, only a dentist can repair the damage created by a cavity.