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I got some pain in my teeth left-side
I got some pain in my left teeth down side is there any need to remove my third monal left side it's fully damaged.or root canal work?
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The picture shows substantial damage to the lower third molar which is the wisdom tooth. The diagnosis will be confirmed after an x ray is done. And yes the teeth in front are also carious. Please take action for them before it gets toot late. Looking at these teeth chances are your other side teeth are also decayed. So get a complete examination done to save your teeth which are invaluable for any age but your age makes it all the more precious.
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Get an OPG done
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Take care and start using an water flosser for better hygiene
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Hi. RCT can be done for third molar, but do it  only if you have upper molar of same side in contact with this teeth. Get xray of this teeth to determine extent of damage, that will also play important role in deciding whether to do RCT or extract. Both first and second molar in the pic shows cavities, get them filled.
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Visit your nearby dentist and get xray done
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