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Cavity

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Posted by: babble  (3 years ago)
Dentist said that I have cavities in Tooth 12 and 13; can this wait for 10-11 months? without causing too much damage?
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Dentist said that I have cavities in Tooth 12 and 13; can this wait for 10-11 months? without causing too much damage?

Nobody can tell you without knowing how big the cavities are. If they are big and you wait, they could end up roots canals costing you five to ten times the money. Best thing to do is ask the dentist who diagnosed the cavities that same question.
Posted 3 years ago
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No, don't wait for so long and its better to visit your dentist for the proper treatment. But if you still wait for 10-11 months, it may lead to a severe complication with your teeth. So its better to consult with the dentist for immediate treatment.
Posted 3 years ago
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No, dont wait for the cavities to get severe,consult a dentist at the earliest.Cavity treatments are simple procedures and wont cost you much, compared to the costs if left untreated for long periods. Book an appointment with your dentist and get them filled.



Posted 3 years ago
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It would be better to get it done sooner rather than later if you can manage as it might get bigger.
 
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