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There is a small hole in my molor theeth ,I just wnted to know there is need for any RCT or its easy to been fill up my material , for prevention any condemnation
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If you have no pain or discomfort then filling will be possible
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better to visit a nearby dentist and get an Xray done if there is any discomfort. Endodontist will be the best person to help you with RCT
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Do not delay otherwise the cavity may become deep and end up in a root canal
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You have to visit a dentist for this he/she might have to take an X-RAY for the involved tooth , if the decay is very little then it can be filled but if its deep then RCT have to be done followed by capping.
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Hi If there is no pain or infection basic filling is enough Or if multi surfaces crown is enough
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Hello, RCT is recommended only if the tooth is inected.A filling can be done if it is a mild to moderately deep caries.Consult a dentist. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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hello, you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. get an x-ray done. if there is a cavity, you need to get it filled. if there is infection to the roots of the tooth, you need to get it treated.
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If pain is not there simple filling would do. Rct is done if pain is there because of nerve involvement as determined by an xray. Visit your dentist at the earliest. Remember stitch in time saves nine.
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I would suggest you to go for Dentist who will take an X-ray to identify the condition of ur tooth.as per that he would give u filling / root canal treatment.for any query or treatments u can call our team of Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center Pune.regards Dr Ratnika Agarwal
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If there is a small hole in the molar teeth it can be filled with composite a tooth colour material or by silver filling and I think rct is not required
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Hello, RCT is recommended only if the tooth is inected.A filling can be done if it is a mild to moderately deep caries.Consult a dentist
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Hello Sir, Greetings for the day. It's very difficult to decide whether a filling or a Root Canal is required on the basis the above history.
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Please visit a dentist and get a localised X ray of that area. Aftr seeing that the dentist would confirm the treatment.
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Do not consume anything hot/ cold and Sweet/ Sour it might cause dis-comfort.
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Hi,The hole in tooth or cavity if deep will go for root canal treatment which can be decided after x ray.If the cavity is superficial a filling is sufficient.
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A hole in tooth is not an indication of rct..if that hole extends into pulp where there are nerves and blood vessels,u may need one...its always best to get all cavities filled before it deepens...there is not absolute way to prevent a progressing cavity at home
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visit a dentist
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Hole in the teeth is indicative of requirement of RCT for the tooth. Though it can only be confirmed only by x-ray.
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