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Cavities in teeth
My son have cavities in molar teeth of both lower side..in last 20 days he felt toothache due to toothpick inserted in cavities or any other reason in night...I want the proper guidance that what to do with his teeth
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You should get it properly treated … The best option would to go for pulpectomy as it will save the tooth for the time until permanent tooth erupt and guide permanent tooth to come in right position.
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Cavity is in you son's milk teeth.based on his age,tooth has to either pulpectomy done or removed. To relieve pain and infection, you can consult through this for prescription of medication.
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cavity is deep because of which he has pain, as you mentioned there is pain at night , pulpectomy procedure has to be done (root canal treatment) followed by crown (cap). thank you
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Hello U can go for Pulpectomy procedure
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