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Special Offers. Once upon a time, dental patients believed a toothache was caused by a tooth worm eating away their tooth from the inside out. Modern-day medical science has proven that there is no such parasite and that the concept is merely superstition based on the appearance of diseased tooth pulp, which can look remarkably similar to a worm. The invention of the microscope made it possible to examine the tooth pulp closely, and scientists have discovered that teeth contain hollow tubes located in the dentin of the teeth, according to the American Dental Association ADA —which, when diseased, gave off a worm-like impression. The purpose of these dentin tubules is to conduct sensitivity to heat or cold from the tooth surface to the nerve, but they aren't actually the cause of any tooth damage. The tubules aren't visible to the naked eye, but under a microscope you can see why people were alarmed at the thought that their teeth were full of worms! Plaque develops when bacteria build up on the surface of the teeth and irritate the gum tissue and accumulate on the enamel, and cause cavities that may expose the sensitive tooth pulp.