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Tooth decay

I've got tooth decay for a very long period of time. and the half part of that molar decayed teeth broken out. The remaining part is left with a cavity inside. So is it necessary to take rct or just too filling will do?
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Archana Betur Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hello if the caries s long standing n broken , there r more chances that it might ve involved the pulp of the tooth requiring rct... N if not then filling ll b sufficient... Consult a dentist n with clinical checkup n X-ray can do the perfect treatment...
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there. You can get it removed completely. Consult a dentist in person with this regard and get it checked out. Regards
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