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Hello! I'm 22 year old, I have undergone root canal treatment for my two front teeth (upper). I have caps on them now. As I am an army aspirant (officer entry), I always have a doubt about my eligibility. I have read about dental parameters. It is said that there should be no artificial dentures. An I eligible? Please let me know.

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lybrate-user do not worry caps won't stop you getting a army job.
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Parameters of army about teeth, All teeth should be present in working conditions. So no problem of you.
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Hi. The dental for army and other forces require you to have sound dental health. If you have cavities, they should be filled. Also root canal treated teeth should have proper caps. Loose dentures if any should be converted to fixed teeth either by bridge or implants.
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hello, army aspirants are required to have teeth in a healthy condition. Since, you have got root canal treatment done in the upper front teeth, and have caps placed on them, you are eligible. so do not worry.
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As far as I know you allowed treatment of 14 tooth.
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