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    melis456 is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Severe teeth pain..should I extract those teeth or go for cavity treatments?

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    Hi! I have been experiencing severe pain on my upper left teeth over last few weeks and I finally decided to remove those teeth. I think it is because of the cavities and I'm planning to go to Thornhill Smile Centre to extract those teeth and replace it by dental implants. Iím not sure whether my teeth are fully damaged by cavities, if not, then should I extract those teeth or go for cavity treatments like filling and other methods? Any idea?

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    You should remove your teeth because cavities can attack your others teeth.So, it is the good suggestion to remove it.Thank you.

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    A toothache doesn't always mean you have to have a tooth extraction. ... severity and the depth of the problem will generally determine the treatment that is required.
    Kevin Cook Orthodontics
    3108 W. Deyoung St., Suite A
    Marion, IL 62959
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