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The tooth of which I have taken rct treatment but couldn't complete has turned black. What does it mean and what should I do? What would be the cost if any treatment has to be done?

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The tooth of which I have taken rct treatment but couldn'...
Complete rct and and place the cap on that tooth.
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The tooth of which I have taken rct treatment but couldn'...
Any tooth which is non-vital (dead) turns black with time. So you should first get your rct completed and crown (cap) on the concerned tooth. Its cost varies widely according to your area.
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The tooth of which I have taken rct treatment but couldn'...
May be rct need to be redone. Once done a crown or cap can be placed to match the color.
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The tooth of which I have taken rct treatment but couldn'...
Turning black means d tooth is non vital now i. E dead. So you should see a dentist and get the rct completed along with a cap and d treatment cost depends on what all procedures have to be done and every dentist charge differently.
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