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I have a molar tooth that is hollow caused by cavity and how ad after temporary filling it pain in every bite give me some solution except for plucking it off.
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Ma'am visit a dentist get an X-RAY done if the decay is till pulp then go for RCT followed by capping.
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hello, you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. get an x-ray done. if there is an infection to the root of the tooth, you need to get it treated,
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First get an X ray done,  confirm clinically along with the xray that does the tooth reqires a root canal treatment or just a filling
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Don't panic if the decay has not reached the floor of the tooth and it's bifurcation then it can be saved easily
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Visit dentist on the first signs of black decay in teeth to avoid further loss and elaborative treatments
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Hello Mam, you dont need to remove the tooth.Consult an Endodontist and get an opinion if RCT treatment can be done to save the infected tooth. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Yes there is lot of solution is present, 1stly we have to take an x-ray of the same teeth your are having pain and problem upon the funding of the x-ray the whole treatment can be decided.
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get an x-ray done form a dentist.
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visit a dentist as soon as possible for better treatment results.
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  I haven't been able to understand your question.  So better thing to do is to get it checked out by a dentist in person for further evaluation and management.  He will be able to help you after checking it out. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Hi,Get a x ray done to know the depth of cavity & if deep root canal maybe required.
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