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I have cavities between two teeth. Whenever I chew something the hollow gets filled with the food. It pains while removing. Please advise me to fix this problem. Should I replace both the teeth?

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I have cavities between two teeth. Whenever I chew someth...
I think a filling can b done n if req a rct in one or both removing them now is a very distant probability.
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I have cavities between two teeth. Whenever I chew someth...
No need to get teeth replaced. Visit nearby dentist. If cavities are not deep then the problem can be solved with just filling of cavities with tooth colored composite materials in both adjacent teeth mostly.
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