Hello, you can visit your dentist now as enough days would have helped in the healing of extraction socket. Implants are advisable as no natural tooth is involved in this procedure and it will be like a natural tooth after getting the implant done.
If you are choosing for fixed bridge then to replace 3 missing teeth your adjacent 4 teeth will be used as a support of the bridge and those four teeth will require root canal treatment and then a 7 unit fixed bridge will be given.
Both the options are good you can discuss the price factor with your nearby dentist as it differs from place to place and than take the decision accordingly.
Its not at all painfull. All the teeth requiring filling can be filled at the same time if you are comfortable to open your mouth for that long & if the dentist can do that. Otherwise no harm in multiple sittings also.
good to hear that you are aware enough & well informed regarding the treatment plan, as far as dentistry is concerned we should always opt an option which gives a route towards a conservative plan of treatment which clearly shows while going for rct you will be having your asset safe and could be long-lasting. Being a dental surgeon I reckon that you should try your level best to retain your tooth first & opt alternative plan of removal in case of no option left with your family dentist.
Yes, it is safe to go for rct. But it is not a permanent solution.
And other teeth can get affected.
Better take homoeopathic treatment side by side to stop further progress.
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