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Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What should I go for rct? or tooth extraction? please suggest.

7 Doctors Answered
Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What s...
Hi go for an x-ray to know about the extent of your cavity. If pulp is exposed then rct is the only option and if cavity in superficial then you can go fir filling.
Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What s...
Root canal treatment is always a treatment of choice when it is possible to save the tooth.
Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What s...
Dear, firstly go for a radiograph (iopa) for particular tooth then only a dental surgeon can decide whether that tooth is restorable or not. Meanwhile medication can be started for symptomatic relief.
Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What s...
iF the tooth can be saved by rct then go ahead with it because any day your own natural tooth is much better than an artificial tooth which you have to get it done if you remove your tooth.
Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What s...
Cavity in tooth can give pain and infection at times if its not treated in time. Yes a root canal treatment or extraction can b done and it depends on depth and widht of cavity. An xray is must for diagnosis and treatment.
Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What s...
Tooth extraction should be the last option now days rct is a successful procedure.
Cavity in tooth. And sometimes it pain very badly. What s...
Only after clinical examination and possibly xray can one decide whether a cavity can be restored with a simple filling or requires a root canal. Tooth extraction is the last option only if no other measures are possible.
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