My front tooth undergone a root canal instead of putting a crown after the treatment, my dentist put a permanent filling. Is it the same with crown?

No better. actually what you had is better than crown crown is preserved to a tooth that lost some of the surface so instead of removing it the crown will save ir by replacing the lost surface you are good good luck.

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My dentist told me that tooth #18 needs a root canal;she put temp fillings on; Is it possible to get Invisalign without doing anything to that tooth?

You can. You can do anything you want and you might even get some Orthodontist to do it although a reputable one won't. However if you don't get it done expect SEVERE pain one day. Can one paint their house inside with a hole in the roof? Of course. Is that a smart thing to do? No! Read more...
Not recommended. Sorry to hear that. Getting root canal can be upsetting. However, you have to have your cavities, gums and root canals fixed, before you get any orthodontic treatment started. Your orthodontists will have you sign a paper when you get your treatment saying that you promise to keep regular checkups and cleanings with your regular dentist. Read more...
I guess it is... ... but why? If root canal therapy was needed during your Invisalign treatment, the shape of that tooth would change, the aligners would not fit correctly, and you would incur additional fees for the Invisalign. Restore your mouth correctly.. you'll be glad you did. I think you would have a hard time finding anyone to treat you cosmetically before all necessary work was completed. Read more...
Orthodontic Tx. is the treatment not just to preserve the dentition by correcting the malocclusion, establish the integrity of the bone and protect the teeth from trauma during function. The end product is a healthy beautiful!Teeth should have no cavitation to maintain the structure, and the periodontal condition should be under control before the teeth is subjected to move in an ideal relationship and level... Read more...
Need root canal. You still would need the root canal as the tooth is probably infected and without treatment will cause pain. I would get the root canal first, then start your Invisalign treatment. Read more...
No . No reputable Orthodontic Specialist will treat you unless and until all infections are brought under control first. Untreated infected tooth can damage adjacent test, bone, gums, can cause damage to other organ systems, and can even be life threatening. Please have any and all infections eliminated before starting tooth movement. Read more...

Almost done with a root canal treatment. Just need filling and crown. But bite is off and tooth feels like it has moved/shifted. Is this normal?

Root canal. Are you having any pain or swelling? Talk to the dentist doing the root canal. It maybe something as simple as a temporary filling that is too high and needs a simple adjustment, or it could be an infection. See the dentist. Read more...
It is temporary. Your tooth will be properly restored with final restoration It is extremely important in ensuring long-term success. Take care. Read more...

Root canal in november I got cleaning done and the dentist I went to he told me that I have cavaties in my bottom right 3 tooth... So I need to get filling done, week later he did the filling and he touch my wisdom tooth during that which got really badl

Sorry . Sorry you are having so much trouble. From what you described, the filling in your tooth is very deep, so deep that it is sitting right on top or touching the nerve in that tooth. It may or may not be infected yet.... Does the tooth hurt with hot or cold, especially cold? If so, the nerve is still alive. If it just hurts without sensitivity to thermal stimuli, then the nerve is dead. Either way, if you are in so much pain, you will need root canal therapy. The therapy involves removal of that affected nerve so that your tooth won't hurt. It is a common procedure and not unexpected considering how deep the filling is. It is too bad your first dentist did not explain this to you when he did the filling. You would not be suffering and would have already had the root canal started. Read more...
The . The most common cause of a toothache is extensive decay in a tooth that reaches the hollow part of the tooth where the nerve and blood supply are located. Treating a cavity removes all the decay, however decay that has come close or invaded the pulp (nerve) can cause inflammation and pain. Root canal therapy is the treatment required to resolve the pain. Read more...
Get checked! I believe you meant to say that now your wisdom tooth hurts badly. Maybe you have a cavity in the wisdom tooth as well? Sometimes these teeth are difficult to restore and are extracted. Other times, if its in an area that accessible, it can be filled or root canal can be done if necessary. Good luck. Read more...