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Teeth have been infected by bacteria, have black deposit. Precaution needed?

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3 of my teeth have been infected by bacteria. There is a black deposit on them. Can you suggest what precaution needs to be taken so that it doesn't grow more? And any idea regarding good dentist in Bangalore?
Posted Wed, 16 Oct 2013 in Dental Health
Answered by Dr. Bindiya Bhaskar 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
Hello,prevent decay by cleaning teeth well.

Detailed Answer:

Thanks for writing to us.

I have read your concern.

Black deposits on teeth due to infection of bacteria can be due to progression of dental caries as a result of poor oral hygiene maintenance,plaque as well as microbial accumulation.

I would advice you to get a thorough clinical evaluation by a dentist .

Initially,teeth has to be cleaned .

If there is decay in tooth,get it restored or root canal treated depending on severity of lesion.

I would recommend you to consult any En do XXXXXXX ti st in Bangalore .

Based on your comfort ,you can prefer the treatment to be done by which dentist.

Hope i have answered your query.

Please feel free to ask further concerns if any.

Take care.
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