Possible recurrent decay on #3 ..OB ?

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    Sorry, what do you mean by "OB"?
     
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    Each tooth has 5 tooth surfaces. Depending on whether the tooth is in the front or back, the surfaces are as follows: mesial, distal, lingual, facial or buccal, and incisal or occlusal.
     
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    And you mean the 2nd molar? Then I'd say, probably not, based on X-ray alone.
     
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