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I am having tooth ache and seems like cavity..what kind of doctor to visit? It has been paining for some time
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Toothache can be caused by deep cavities where bacterial destruction of tooth structure is approaching pulp. These conditions require RCT (Root canal treatment) followed by cap on that particular tooth.
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visit your nearest dentist it surely go for the root canal tretment.and for meanwhile you suppose to take analgesic as well antibiotio to avoid furture infections
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please visit any nearby or known dentist.  He/she will surely be able to help you
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Cavity can either be treated by fillings or root canal depending on the extent of destruction already caused by the bacteria. So kindly get your self checked and get the treatment done without delays
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Visit any dentist near by. Root canal treatment may be the treatment of choice for your teeth. If u need  specialist dr for this treatment than consult an endodontist nearby.
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Hello, Looks like your underlyieng pulp of the tooth is infected.You need to visit an Endodontist who will perform a root canal procedure at the earliest. Regards Dr Suman Makam Dental Arts Bangalore
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Treatment based on how deep the cavity is. Should be filled before you develop pain or sensitivity.
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Visit dentist . need rct
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In my opinion visit ur local dentist,  i think RCT will take care of ur problem
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Maybe decay has involved the pulp, that's y pain might be there. Just visit the near by dentist. Take care
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