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Black hole in a molar

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Posted by: Help_me  (9 years ago)
I have a dark hole in my lower right first molar. It doesn’t hurt and is it not sensitive at all. The tooth does not hurt when I put pressure on it is not loose. Could it be a developing caries or just a tooth discoloration? It will not go away no matter how much I brush it. Any ideas? Thanks so much.
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I have a dark hole in my lower right first molar. It doesn’t hurt and is it not sensitive at all. The tooth does not hurt when I put pressure on it is not loose. Could it be a developing caries or just a tooth discoloration? It will not go away no matter how much I brush it. Any ideas? Thanks so much.

Depending on how big it is, it is either a stain or caries. Visit you dentist to find out.

Kim Henry, D.M.D.
Posted 9 years ago
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