Hello doctor, I have a tooth that being decay for more than 2 years old. I also don't know how bad it is. I want to go to the dentist and get tooth filling but I have heard that it require pulp removal. I hope you can advise me if it is necessary to remove my pulp for tooth filling? (Thu Hien - HCMC)
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