root canal treatment

Root Canal vs Tooth Extraction: What’s the Right Choice?

When teeth can be saved and when they should be extracted? Which option is right for you. In summary, If the infection or decay is very severe, the tooth may need to be extracted regardless of whether or not you opt for a root canal. However, if the infection or decay is less severe, a root canal may be viable.

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root canal therapy

Root canal treatments. The consequences of delaying treatment may be dire

The main goal of the Root Canal Treatment (also called “endodontic” treatment) is to minimise further damage to the infected or decayed tooth as a means of preserving it, hence avoiding extraction and permanent tooth loss. Your own tooth is likely to be stronger and better for biting and chewing. It may be necessary to

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