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During RCT of tooth number 26, Dentist said there is 3 roots and one root is in twisted form by seeing in computerized X-Ray and during treatment a metal file got struck inside the root. And he said there is no problem in it and he did temporary filling and told to come for permanent filling after 10 days. And if still pain exceeds, he said to remove the tooth itself after that. Is this right and is there really no problem in doing a permanent filling with a metal file inside? Please give me detailed answer. Thank you in advance Doctors. PAST TREATMENT: Already did RCT in tooth number 16 6 months before and completely got relief and no problem in that tooth till now.

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During RCT of tooth number 26, Dentist said there is 3 ro...
If rct is done properly and file is broken no issue if rct is not done properly it causes pain
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During RCT of tooth number 26, Dentist said there is 3 ro...
Some time file breaks in curved canals, dentist irrigate canal thoroughly and go ahead with filling most of the time there is no problem if the file is sterile. If you have no symptoms of pain or discomfort for one month you can go ahead with capping of tooth.
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Many time a file get separated. ....nothing to worry...yes we need to see if pain remains or subsides....it is difficult to say if the file is completely sealing the canal....so few cases pain may persist which Wil require removal of tooth...but many times pain subsides and we can fill the tooth with the file piece in place....it won't harm in any way...
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