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What could this be? (picture included)

Hi, I understand this is no substitute for a proper check-up, but this is the most I can manage for the time being. I will see a dentist ASAP. I am wondering what the dark spot on my tooth could be. I am very worried, as I am prone to caries, even though I take good care of my teeth (the yellowness in the picture is from temporary food staining). Please ask any questions that would help provide useful and relevant information. Professional input is especially valued. Thanks.
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Sorry, I forgot to upload the image, and I am on a phone -- I will fix this as soon as I can, might take a couple minutes.
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IMAGE IS LOCATED HERE: http://www.medhelp.org/user_photos/show/500906?personal_page_id=4683377
Sorry for the inconvenience.
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hi
you should not avoid going to dentist . It is caries in your first premolar just get a filling before it go deep in tooth or it extend to wall lateral wall of the tooth, if lateral wall will involve it can damage your canine also.
thanks and regards
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