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Dental Upper teeth issue -decay
Dear Sir I have decay in upper two teeth. One is approx 85% black and one is started. There is no pain but having decay. Kindly advise what Ill do. Daily brush doing. But after brushing it increasing.
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Dear practo user, You need to consult an Oral Medicine specialist for this problem. A detailed history, and few investigations are needed for proper Diagnosis and management. U can teleconsult here as well on my page. Myself MDS Oral Medicine and Radiology specialist from most eminent government dental hospital Maulana Azad Institute DELHI MAMC/MAIDS. I will Diagnose this and provide medical management as needed . thanks
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Visit your dental surgeon soon if you want to save your teeth. Go for xray to determine the extent of decay. Delay in treatment will result in tooth loss.
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it can be fixed by your dentist after through examination and x-rays, minor one can be fixed with normal filling.
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use sensitivity toothpaste in case of minor pain
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Hi, The tooth which has turned black(decayed) will need an X-ray to decide the line of treatment and the other tooth where decay has just started can be cleaned by removing the decayed portion and filling it with a restorative material
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Consult your nearby dentist and start the treatment or the decay will worsen. Thank you. Stay healthy and safe.
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