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White gums and pain after root canal, what is this?

White gums and pain after root canal, what is this?

It's ok: When doing a root canal, your dentist places a clamp around your teeth, and sometimes this creates some gum pain for a few days after treatment. They also use some irrigation solutions that can cause the tissue to turn white. It is a temporary condition, and should soon resolve. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call your dentist, and they can coach you more. ...Read more

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Help gum hurts from root canal?

See the dentist or: Endodontic specialist if that's who did your root canal. You may have gingival irritation due to a clamp that was around your tooth or you may have an abcess of sorts. If it's been more than a couple of days, see your doc. ...Read more

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Big bump on upper gum. Need a root canal?

Hard to say: Bumps and swellings occur for different reasons. A swelling related to an infected tooth may require root canal. It is most important to have a proper diagnosis before beginning any treatment. See your dentist for the best answer. ...Read more

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Do your gums have to be cut into and everything else for a root canal?

NO: Your gums are not touch for a root canal, the root canal is performed through the center of the tooth. ...Read more

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After a root canal procedure, is it common to feel discomfort or pain in the gums a week out?

After a root canal procedure, is it common to feel discomfort or pain in the gums a week out?

No: Root canals performed by well trained endodontists have patients which may experience pain after a week. Have it reevaluated. Fractures may sometimes be present but undetected. Additionally there may be additional canals present which are difficult to detect. A cbct scan can aid in determining whether or not these issues are present. ...Read more

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I have a small cavity right next to my gum, does that mean i will need it pulled or a root canal?

I have a small cavity right next to my gum, does that mean i will need it pulled or a root canal?

Possibly neither one: ....... If the cavity is of a small size, your dentist can most likely fix it with a simple filling. If the cavity is penetrating deeper, then you might need a root canal treatment, followed by a crown. And if the caviry is encompassing major area of your tooth that renders it un-restorable, ....Then you should think about having it removed (atraumatically), and later on implant and a new crown. ...Read more

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New crown (root canal). Gums in front of it are now very low. Can suck air in thru that space (not like this pre-crown). What possible causes & fixes?

New crown (root canal).  Gums in front of it are now very low. Can suck air in thru that space (not like this pre-crown). What possible causes & fixes?

Gums around crown: This may be a temporary alteration in the contours of the crown related to the process of preparation, impression taking, temporization and cementation or...It may be related to the contours of the new crown as compared to the contours of the old one. This should be discussed with the dentist who has been treating you. ...Read more

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I swelling in gums after root canal normal?

I swelling in gums after root canal normal?

Yes: Anything may be normal after rc, pain, some swelling, etc, etc. Wait some days, it should be fine. ...Read more

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Sore gums months after a root canal. Is this normal?

Maybe: If your sore gum is localized to the area around the tooth that was treated, it's probably due to the pressure of the clamp that held the rubber dam in place around the tooth. ...Read more

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