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Tooth Extraction After Failed Root Canal
Root canal treatment: Is a always a better option than tooth extraction as it saves the natural tooth and it is safer and less invasive than getting the tooth extracted. It is always better, if possible, to save natural tooth than getting it removed. ...Read more
To save the tooth:
root canal: you try and save the tooth by cleaning the inside of the tooth and removing the nerve
extraction: tooth can not be saved and have to be removed.
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Root canal or tooth extraction and health. What are chronic problems associated with root canals or tooth extractions?
Usually none.: Usually no chronic problems are associated with root canal therapy. However, if you extract a tooth & do not replace it, then you may have drifting, shifting, and malocclusion of your other teeth. This could be considered a chronic complication of unreplaced extracted teeth. If root canals are done properly and subsequently restored, chronic conditions are not normally found. Take care... ...Read more
Keep the tooth: All things considered equal, like the tooth can be restored after the root canal without any periodontal treatment, then it's always better to have the root canal and save the teeth. It allows continuing contact with the adjacent teeth to keep them from shifting, and it allows contact with the teeth in the opposite jaw and keeps them from drifting up or down which could change your bite. ...Read more
Extraction is worse: Many people consider extraction of infected tooth a better option than root canal treatment. Root canal treatment is tooth preservation procedure. Root canal treatment with dental crown will be less expensive and more predictable than getting tooth extraction done followed by replacement of missing tooth with dental implants. Both procedures are painless and safe. ...Read more
? unclear: I'm not clear on what your question is or why you are asking it? If a tooth is deemed hopeless it needs to be extracted. Many teeth can be saved with rct if restorable ; the long term prognosis is good. Once the tooth is extracted it's gone! And no other treatment is possible other than replacing it. It sounds like you need to discuss your situation with your own dentist as well as your options. ...Read more
RCT or Extraction: Whether to do RCT or extract a tooth depends upon many factors and not purely the age of the patient (which is the only information given to us). It depends on whether it is an upper or lower tooth, an anterior or posterior tooth, infected or not, integrity of the tooth, occlusion, the development of the permanent tooth etc. A Pedodontist and Orthodontist can confer with each other and advise you. ...Read more
See your DDS: The cause for your condition is not clear from your question. When prescribing a treatment, the etiology for the infection must be known. It would be best for you to attain a proper diagnosis from you dentist and then apply the best treatment for the condition. See your dds. ...Read more
Right away: As long as you can open your mouth in comfort, I would not delay getting the root canal. Waiting only creates a greater potential for a dental emergency. A root canal is actually a much easier procedure than the extraction of a full boney impacted wisdom tooth. So don't delay and good luck! And don't forget to get a crown after the root canal is completed! To delay, risks your tooth breaking! ...Read more
What is the advantage of an upper 2nd molar extraction or further root canal. I was told I have a hot tooth?
Root canal!: Your second molar not only provides support the first molar, but it helps in the chewing process, by compacting the food against the lower molar. By removing it, you are weakening the first upper molar, and rendering the lower molar pretty useless. All the chewing forces then will be redirected to the remaining molars. A hot tooth should be easily handled by an endodontist. ...Read more
What is the advantage of an upper 2nd molar extraction with regards to further root canal? I was told I have a hot tooth.
Unsaveable: It would only be advantageous if the tooth was beyond repair and unsaveable. ...Read more
3 days after failed root canal extraction (tooth #30), discomfort persists, socket is not dry. Why is it filled with gray/green salty tasting matter?
Post op socket: Some discomfort is to be expected. Unfortunately, we would have to actually examine you in order to determine the state of health and healing in that area. Why don't you call the dentist who extracted the tooth to discuss this issue and then follow up on healing? ...Read more
It can: Depending on the condition of the tooth, the shape of the roots, and the skills of the general dentist. Teeth that are previously treated with root canal therapy are very brittle and tend to fracture easily, resulting in the need for a more complex surgical extraction. Surgical extractions are best handled by an oral surgeon. ...Read more
I have a choice between a root canal or an extraction. Is it really a bad idea to lose a tooth? Is it harmful?
Losing a tooth: Is it bad to loose a tooth? What about a finger? Or a toe? If you had cancer in a finger or toe, take it off. If you had an ingrown toenail or arthritis, would you remove the toe or finger? If the tooth can be saved and it has a good long term prognosis, save it. You will save money and be healthier in the end. You can live with a missing toe or finger or tooth, but why if you don't have to? ...Read more
Had a root canal on molar 6 months ago, no crown. Was eating and some of the tooth broke. Will an extraction hurt less since the roots should be gone?
Molar extraction: Maybe maybe not. The physical experience of extraction is unlikely to be diminished due to a prior root canal. Despite the break of the tooth, you can still opt for a crown on that molar. Discuss with your dentist and try to preserve teeth as it helps prevent atrophy of mandible and maxilla. ...Read more
Root canal 31 on wendsday and extraction 32th tooth during last two weeks. Tonight see blood while brushing the area but not sure upper or down part.?
Bleeding: No way for us to tell, over the computer, where you are bleeding, how much, or if there is a problem. The person that knows you best is your Dentist. If you have concerns, please return to him/her for reevaluation. Bleeding two weeks after a surgical procedure should be reevaluated. Call your Dentist. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on how important the tooth is to your function and to the stability of the removable denture. Also depends on the health of the tooth. ...Read more
If I have had a root canal in my lower back molar tooth, does that mean the extraction will be "surgery? "
Not necessarily: Possibly depends on how much tooth remains for the dentist to hold on to to extract the tooth sometimes one has to section the tooth to remove it. ...Read more
If I have an abscess or deep cavity in one of my lower front teeth, can they do a root canal on a front tooth or just extraction?
Abscessed front toot: Your front tooth can be treated with a root canal if there is enough tooth structure and bone support to properly restore the tooth. Extraction would be needed if there has ben too much decay to restore the tooth. A crown may also be needed after the root canal to restore your tooth to proper form and function. ...Read more
Irritation inflamation gum around wisdom tooth. Not impacted. Root canal on wisdom tooth vs extraction! Two extracted -- 1 root canal - lower rt?
Depends: It depends on the amount of space available for treatment access. If other molars are missing and the wisdom tooth has moved forward, then saving and not extraction is the better option. ...Read more
Dentist won't extract my 2nd molar tooth bec I have sinus approximation. She insist on root canal. But I don't have budget. Is extraction not possible?
Oral Surgeon: If your dentist feels that the extraction is beyond the scope of their abilities, you should be referred to an oral surgeon for the extraction. ...Read more
Gum slicing pain from extraction a year ago. Recent Root canal, another extraction, causing more severe gum & tooth pain. 5 dentist & oral clueless.
Proper exam: You need to do your homework and find the right place to go to, an oral surgeon or a qualified dentist who can give you the proper physical and radiological examination to reach to a diagnosis and a treatment plan for your condition, weather it's a remaining root from previous extraction or remains infections I'm sure it can be taken care of. ...Read more
I have a bad toothache & the wisdom tooth it's decayed and broken which is better to get root canal or extraction? Dentist gave me those 2 options
Extraction: It's very rare to see someone in their later years that have wisdom teeth. They are typically hard to clean and difficult to work on. I would suggest an extraction and not spend the money on it. Unless your dentist has a very specific reason to keep it, I would recommend having it out. Best of luck! ...Read more
I had an extraction of the tooth next to my incisor & a root canal on the molar next to the one pulled. Terrible pain in my left nostril, please help.
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