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I want to cure my cavity...two of my teeth have been partially attacked by the cavity...Please help me
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Dr. Durga Kshitish Kothuru
14 yrs. of exp | Vijayawada | Dental Surgeon
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Get ur teeth filled before they start paining and requiring an RCT.
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Dr. Rohan Virani
11 yrs. of exp | Mumbai | Implantologist
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If you wish to cure your cavity you will have to study and clear dental exams. Meanwhile take help from a good dentist
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Dr. Mohammad Imran Khan
8 yrs. of exp | Lucknow | Dentist
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Hi dental cavities are irreversible destruction of tooth structure and they can be restored only with different restorative material, newer filling materials promise good life after restoration but it all depends on upto what extent the caries are..best is visit ur nearest dentist for proper diagnosis.best of luck ..feel free to ask ne further queries..
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Dr. Anish Goyal
6 yrs. of exp | Gurgaon | Dentist
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Hi, it's always better to treat cavity or decay at its initial stage only. You need an oral examination and X-ray to find out extent of decay. If cavity is small then we can clean it & fill it with restorative material to prevent further decay. Visit your nearby dentist for check-up and treatment. Contact further to ask any queries. Take care.
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Dr. Abhilash Raavi
16 yrs. of exp | Hyderabad | Dentist
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Cavities needs to be examined by a dentist. Need to know the extent of decay cos treatment depends on the depth of the cavity. Lot of conservative options are available. Need not worry
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