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Does the teeth marked with red need a rct or filling? I am having discomfort but not able to specify which tooth is causing the problem.
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Go for rct
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RCT as there is periapical radio licency
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Needs rct as i the caries is very close to d pulp
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Yes need rct as its showing caries
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Rct
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It requires RCT as there is a proximal lesion very close to pulp that might be a reason for the discomfort. U must visit a dentist to get immediate treatment.
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You will need to do a root canal treatment of that tooth
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