thanx for sharing your concern,
you are well aware , that you have decayed teeth in your mouth, then you must be knowing this too.
involves numerous bacterias. it is infectious too , causing decay of adjacent teeth.
if one tooth is carious, not treated be sure it will damage two more nearby.
also remember dental caries and improper oral hygiene
leads to severe heart diseases like SABE ( sub acute bacterial endocardities) rheumatic fever
etc . causing heart valve infection
therefore it is mandatory to have good oral hygiene for general well being. so please don't ignore this . if you visit a dentist
you will be asked to do so.
1. clinical examination (oral check up)
2. if required scaling (remove calculus and stains)
3. superficial cavities will be restored with suitable filling
4. deep cavities will be treated by RCT after taking a supporting xray
5. if required missing tooth can be replaced by prosthetic crown and bridge.
all these will be done in subsequent visit.
its my advice to you that, visit a dentist and get started with your treatment , maintain good oral hygiene .
hope it helps,