Hi lybrate-user. If you got cavities then you should get it fillied in order to avoid pain in future because sooner or later they will be paining. If you are felling sensitivity along with cavity then "GIC filling' is good for you and if not having sensitivity on perticular tooth then "Composite/Flowable composite filling are better.
U have different kinds of restorative cements and cost also varies from doctor to doctor as material cost are differe from company to company and it depends on doctor wat he suggest which material he is using and last not least important thing Depends on condition of cavity and depth and area of decay of teeth it has to be analysed clinical.
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