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Doctor insights on: Cost Of Root Canal Treatment

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Anyone know the cost for root canal treatment including crown in malaysia?

Anyone know the cost for root canal treatment including crown in malaysia?

Don't do this.: Don't even think of doing this. You have no way to know what materials are being used, whether they are safe or how qualified the individual treating you is. If the concern behind the question is financial, consider having treatment in a dental school in the us where treatment will be supervised and certain standards will be met. ...Read more

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What is root canal treatment?

What is root canal treatment?

Infection control: Teeth exist in an environment teeming with bacteria. These germs digest the sugars in our diet and excrete an acidic metabolic waste product that demineralizes the tooth. The process can progress to the point where the bacteria expose an organ in the tooth called the pulp. This results in an infection. The treatment of this infection is called root canal therapy and preserves the tooth. ...Read more

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Can root canal treatment be painful?

Can root canal treatment be painful?

Not Usually: Root canal treatment has a bad rep that it usually does not deserve. The pain is caused by an infection in the nerve space of the tooth. Root canal solves this problem and eliminates the pain. However, if you wait to long and have a large infection under the tooth it may be difficult to make the tooth adequately numb. Root canal done in a timely manner are not painful. ...Read more

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What's the proper root canal treatment?

What's the proper  root canal treatment?

Detailed: A good root canal involves removing all the diseased pulpal tissue, cleaning and shaping the canals, and sealing the canals with a dense thorough filling material! this principal is sometimes easier said than done. Root canals are like fingerprints. No two are exactly alike. Knowledge of anatomy and attention to detail are critical to a successful result. ...Read more

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Could root canal treatment always work ?

No: Root canal treatments, just like everything else have a failure rate. Nothing is a 100% guarantee. Even the best dentists have failures due to conditions out of their control. Root canals however can work great and are usually a good option to save a tooth. Ask you dentist about it and ask what, if any, options there are. ...Read more

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What does "widening" mean in root canal treatment?

Opens canal: The dentist widens the canal and cleans it, the widening allows a better fit for the root canal filling material. ...Read more

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Can there be an alternative to root canal treatment?

Can there be an alternative to root canal treatment?

Extraction!: If a tooth requires a root canal it most likely that decay or damage has involved the tooth's pulp. Root canal will allow a tooth's hard tissue to be saved and restored, but one can always opt to have the effected tooth extracted to avoid future pain, suffering and potential bodily harm. ...Read more

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How can I relieve pain before a root canal treatment?

Over the counter med: Use products like advil (ibuprofen) or motrin, take the appropriate antibiotic if infected, avoid chewing on the affected tooth and get the root canal done asap. ...Read more

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What can I do to make a root canal treatment painless?

Pain is not usual: There is a lot of fear associated with root canals. It gets a bad RAP from comedians. Todays root canals can be painless and a valuable treatment to keep your teeth. I suggest you go to an specialist called an endodontist for your treatment. Do your research, read reviews and don't be afraid. Take your music and earbuds with you. Also, you will need a crown on the tooth when you are done. ...Read more

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Is a crown always required after root canal treatment?

No: A crown is not always required after a root canal. After a root canal, a tooth becomes more brittle and more likely to break. A crown helps prevent the tooth from breaking. If you decide not to get a crown placed on the tooth then you are taking a chance of losing that tooth although you spent the time and money doing the root canal. Take your dentist's advise. ...Read more

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