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I have small cavity last 1 month.. A little spot upper on tooh surface Can it go after polish my tooth ?
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Get a clinical visit with your near by dentist If the spot goes out with clinical examination there is no issues
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Hello... If you’re sure it is a cavity it won’t go with polishing, you’ll have to get it filled. If it is a stain which looks like cavity, it might go with cleaning and polishing. Get it done soon.
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For carious tooth you need to get it treated as soon as possible. Because once carious has been started, it will increase with time. So it's better to get it filled, because if you delay it will lead to more problems. Still have queries then you can consult me online or offline for better guidance and treatment options.
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