An adult patient presents with restoration loss on the mandibular right premolar. During clinical and radiographic examination, you diagnose a deep proximal carious lesion reaching beyond the CEJ with the proximal margin partially covered by overgrowing gingival tissue. The tooth is vital and there is no periapical radiolucency.
What would be your most likely treatment approach for this case scenario?
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