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Can You Do A Root Canal Through A Crown
Loose from?: If the crown is loose, intact and no caries, the crown might be able to be re-cemented. If the structure inside the crown is decayed or fractured, at least a new post and crown. If the tooth is unrestorable due to root fracture, periodontal breakdown, untreatable infection, etc. An extraction would be in order. This needs to be evaluated in person by a dentist who can discuss your options. ...Read more
The crown of a tooth is that part of the tooth on top of the root. The crown of the tooth is the part that is visible in the mouth. A crown restoration is a procedure that restores the crown of a tooth that is damaged by fracture or extensive decay by cementing a replica of the crown over a prepared tooth, and is one of the most common ...Read more
What is crowning? Normally those that did root canal treatment did the crowning also. Does it permanently stick to teeth?
Tooth Covering: A crown is a permanent covering that fits over an original tooth that is either decayed, damaged or cracked. Crowns are made of a variety of different materials such as porcelain, gold, acrylic resin or a mix of these materials. Porcelain generally has the most natural appearance, your dentist will decide which material is best to use. ...Read more
When an endodontist has to do a root canal through a tooth w/ a crown, why would he tell me to get a new crown?
Hole in existing one: When endodontists do a root canal on a tooth with an existing crown they must drill a hole through it. If the crown is porcelain then it is common for the porcelain to crack and break during the procedure and a new crown may be required. If the structural integrity of the crown is unaffected by the root canal then you should be able to have the access cavity to the root canal filled. ...Read more
Can an endodontist drill through a permanent dental crown to do a root canal or does the crown have to come off (crown is affixed to bridge)?
Endodontist can: Endodontist can do it and not brake your crown. Endodontists are dentists who specialize in saving teeth, and have at least 2-3 years of advanced training in root canals. They are experts at diagnosing and relieving tooth pain/infection, and use advanced equipment to treat patients efficiently and comfortably. ...Read more
Immediately after I got the crown, my tooth started paining so my dr did root canal through the crown and filled it. Why she did not put a new crown?
Reasons vary: It is not uncommon that recent root canal therapy remains painful to the tooth. The tooth may need as long as a year to heal from the therapy, so it is common that a dentist simply fills the hole and monitor before placing a new crown. The tissue under the tooth could swell and the crown may need to be reshaped, so a new crown later may not be a bad idea. Ask your dr about your specific situation. ...Read more
I did root canal through the gold crown, permenant fillings were done by dr I did not know. Is root canal final sealing same as regular filling?
Explain a bite adjustment of a new crown, as in how's it done? Also, can they do a root canal on a brand new crown? So much pain, yet he wants to wait
Pain after crown: The surface of the crown can be carefully removed with a diamond stone or other material in the area of premature contact. Root Canal Therapy can usually be done through an opening in the crown (new or old) although it can affect the integrity of the crown. Whether to wait, adjust or do RCT is a clinical judgement. Trust your dentist or get a second opinion. ...Read more
Shouldn't the dentist replace crowns after root canal as part of procedure? My dentist would not put the crown he removed from my teeth to do a root canal unless I paid $600.00. He said my insurance did not cover it. If that is true, sould he have told me
A root canal and a crown are 2 separate procedures. And always 2 separate fees.
I don't fully understand your question.
Did you have an existing crown on the tooth.
If so, existing crows sometimes need replacing and always at an additional fee.
If you did not have an existing crown and need a crown, then the crown is an additional and separate fee.
Have your dentist discuss this w you! ...Read more
My permenant crowns put on but I don't know if I need root canal and I don't understand the concept really. Can you explain?
Summary: Any dental procedure, trauma, decay, etc altering a tooth can affect the nerve inside. When the nerve is injured or dies, a root canal procedure can save the tooth. It is done by making a small opening in the tooth and cleaning and sealing off the internal channels where these tissues normal reside. More info can be found at: http://www. Aae. Org (look under the "patients" section). ...Read more
I'm getting a root canal and a build up, but I can't afford the crown yet. What shouldn't I eat after I get the build up? What's recovery like?
See below: See if you can pick up an additional insurance or while it is still available, the dental component of Obamacare. The tooth will fracture without the crown, it may not happen tomorrow, but it will fracture and if the tooth fractures vertically, it may be deemed an extraction. ...Read more
$ RCT vs Crown $?:
That depends upon which tooth, the type of crown and the particular office. Why do you ask? It's not usual for there to be a choice between the two to solve a particular problem. I suggest you: 1. Find a dentist whom you trust. Then, 2. Discuss your treatment options and not only what you should do, but what happens if you don't.
Finally, think long term and not just initial costs. Think wisely. ...Read more
Pulp issue: By the time a crown is needed, a tooth has sustained a lot of damage...Either from, cavities/fillings, broken/chipped, grinding/clenching, to name a few. Rct is typically done before crowning these types of damaged teeth to prevent an abcess forming after the crown is placed. If a rct has been done already, then crowning is recommended to strengthen the tooth/enamel structure. ...Read more
No: It shouldn't hurt at all. You will be given a local anesthetic and as long as there's no large infection in the area of the injection, the anesthetic should block all of the sensations from the tooth reaching your brain. If you do feel some discomfort, tell the dentist and he will definitely give you more anesthetic. ...Read more
You are taking a risk. If the tooth brakes, then you will need to get extraction. Its a risk you don't want to take.
the tooth becomes week after root canal.
You need to get an exam and x-ray to see what is the best option for you.
you can also send me your x-rays for a second opinion
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Root canal is very complex.
If the tooth still hurts, you need to see your dentist to check if the tooth has good prognosis. Usually wait 4-6 weeks after root canal to determine the next course to take.
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Confusion: You are confused about two different procedures. Root canal therapy is one procedure. Placing a crown on a tooth is a different procedure. Since it is difficult to determine, over the internet, exactly what your problem is, have your dentist explain to you in detail what treatment you need. ...Read more
More danger: Of the tooth breaking. Root canal teeth are generally more fragile & prone to fracture. Also they are more likely to decay without you knowing about it. Not all rct teeth require crowns, although it is advisable in the majority of cases. If a tooth fractures, sometimes it can still be repaired. Occasionally it's too late then, & requires an extraction. Discuss your options\ risks with your own dds. ...Read more
Wait carefully: The best answer is to wait until the tooth has returned to a normal feel. This may take 2 days or 2 months, or in rare cases, never. If the tooth has delayed healing, seek evaluation by an endodontist prior to placing the crown. Always be careful to not overstress the tooth in the meantime, as it would be a shame to have it fracture. ...Read more
Crown has to be out.: Any cavity or infection must be expose to air and drained, fast. A close space will lead to major problem. If a fully proper root canal problem was performed, there shouldn't be pain or discomfort, except for few days after the work. Again, get ye back to the dentist. ...Read more
2 weeks: 2 weeks is usually an adequate amount of time to wait before starting the permanent crown process. This allows any inflammation to subside, tooth should be pain-free, and gives time to confirm that the root canal is working. However, waiting too long can be catastophic. Depending on how much tooth is left, is you wait too long, the brittle tooth may break so badly it has to be extracted! ...Read more
Had root canal taking 500mg moxocillen 3 time daily should I take all of them before going back for crown?
Finish antibiotic: You should always finish the antibiotic perscription. Don't stop taking it once you feel better or the procedure is done. Finish it. I have many patients who don't finish an antibiotic and then the infection is not gone and it will come back and be harder to treat the next time. ...Read more
Had root canal, just waiting for the crown to be fitted, but the temporary fill fell out, what should I do?
See your dentist: I would return to your dentist and have the temporary replaced. ...Read more
You get a root canal done they take the nerve out, put in the post, place the crown on and you're done. Is this right?
Yes: This is typically the procedure.Get a more detailed answer ›
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