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Cavity problems

What is this on my molar tooth . A black spot . Sometimes suddenly paining . Tell me best treatment .
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Hello, The picture is not very clear. According to what i can see is it looks like a dental decay to me. You need to visit a dentist and get it evaluated. If it is deep you need to get and X-ray and get it evaluated. If it is not very deep you should get the decay removed and get a composite filling done. If it is very deep and has reached the nerves of your teeth then you should get a root canal done of the tooth. In order to avoid a root canal please do not delay visiting a dentist and getting it treated ASAP. Hope it was helpful to you. Regards, Benchmark Dental Clinic.
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hello there ...the picture is not clear to comment anything....visit a nearby dentist for proper diagnosis and plan the treatment accordingly.. Take care ...!!
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The picture is not very clear it can be a cavity or tartar deposit on your teeth..if it is a cavity it would require a filling and if tartar a thorough scaling would solve your problem..
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Hi..it is a cavity. You might require either a filling or root canal based on x ray. Regards
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This might be decayed cavity on the root surface of the tooth ,get an x ray done to access the depth of the cavity and acvordingly treatment can be planned
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