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My one of the tooth is fully destroyed...too much particles of food insert into that and got pain.What should be my eating habits
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Dr. N Srinivas
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Hello..If the tooth is fully destroyed either root canal treatment or extraction has to be done.eating habits can prevent damage to healthy tooth but not already damaged tooth.
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Dr. Suman Makam
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Hello, You need to see a good dentist ASAP.Depending on the tooth condition they may either extract or advise an RCT treatment.It is not advisable to have an infected tooth in the mouth as the infection can spread. Regards Dr Suman Makam Dental Arts Bangalore
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Dr. Vandana Singh
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Hi. Attached image shows that dentist has advised you the root canal treatment followed by a crown. What are your doubts? Changing your eating habits can help the other teeth in preventing them from damage , but this tooth is already a damaged one so th treatment is the only choice.
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Dr. Deepika Vadhar
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Changing eating habits won't solve your problem cos no matter what you eat it will get stuck in the tooth.  please visit a dentist & he/she will be able to solve your problem. From the image it looks like you have been to one so please trust the doctor & get your treatment done.
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Dr. Ankur Kansal
Orthodontist 10 yrs exp Belgaum
Eating habits alone will not work for this .. u have to consult ur dentist asap.. may be root canal treatment is required or restoration .. otherwise for general consideration, rinse ur mouth after every meal and brush ur teeth twice a day .
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Dr. Rahul Kalra
Dentist 21 yrs exp Chandigarh
You need a dentist to look into your tooth and he might fill that tooth after due treatment required. He might also need to put a cap on top of it, if it is damaged bad. You can visit rootcanal.in for further query
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Dr. Karan Chauhan
Dentist 13 yrs exp Allahabad
get u r  x rays done and get u r self treated either with endodontic or extraction and proper medication
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Dr. Amit Thahriani
Dentist 11 yrs exp Chitrakoot
dear practo user....if u had visited dentist already then go wid ur dentists advise.only treatment is RCT or extraction. dnt change any eating habit . only change ur mind n decide one of d above mentioned treatment..
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Dr. Ayush Gupta
Dentist 2 yrs exp Jaipur
No need to change eating habits,  you have to extract that tooth.
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Dr. Arjun Singh
Dentist 5 yrs exp Ludhiana
Don't change your eating habit , go see your nearest dentist :)
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