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... type dental office "Vitaldent," I figured this guy was the best choice. So, I went ahead and got the root canal done right then. ... (2 replies)
... Don't ever wait to get a dental problem fixed! It could cause more problems than you could imagine. If it needs a root canal, get it done! It is pricey, but will cost less now than later. ... (8 replies)
... I had a root canal in one of my front top teeth that went bad. I developed a fistula in the gum above the tooth. To treat this, I went to a dentist who had a root specialist in his office. ... (5 replies)

... I've had root canals for about 4 years now after trauma to the front four teeth killed the pulps. ... (0 replies)
... Actually, mine never hurt, but the infection in my tooth and root started to eat into the bone. It was horrible. Then the infection got worse and worse and traveled into my bloodstream. ... (8 replies)
... Molar. About six years after a root canal, I began to experience pain in the tooth. ... (13 replies)
... That should not be ignored. I had an experience like that with my first molar on the right when I was 25, about two years after a root canal and the tooth had been crowned. ... (13 replies)
... more than she's seen ever in her career. Because of that she couldn't finish the root canal that day, so I had to go back in 2 weeks to see if the infection has drained away. ... (1 replies)
Tooth Infection
Nov 5, 2012
... Go back to the dentist. They should know more about this than doctors.When a tooth is severely infected, the bacteria produce as pressure and look for a place of least resistance to drain into your mouth. ... (5 replies)
... ray looks great and no problems, that is, until they physically look and find a "fistula" below the root canaled tooth on the gum. ... (2 replies)
... If the lump is sore to pressure it probably is an abscess. If so, eventually it will find a way to the surface via a fistula and will drain itself. If it can't form a fistula you will know shortly if it's an infection as acute pain will be your next symptom. ... (3 replies)
Fistula
Apr 6, 2009
... Hi there. You're right, if you got false teeth you would not have to worry about root canals anymore, but you'd have a lot of other things to worry about. ... (8 replies)
Fistula
Apr 5, 2009
... d remember, they are getting graded, so they do their absolute best work. Also, keep in mind that down the road you will most likely need a crown to protect that tooth from breaking. When a root canal is done, the tooth no longer has a blood supply, so it becomes brittle and a crown protects it. ... (8 replies)
Fistula
Apr 5, 2009
... Hi there. There are many general dentists who prefer not to do root canals in their practice. There are also plenty of them that do root canals regularly. It all depends on the dentist's comfort level and the way that the roots are curved. ... (8 replies)
... canaled tooth, a bump or fistula remained although there was no pain or discomfort. ... (0 replies)
... Yeah, he did it all at once: popped the fistula, drilled a hole in my tooth and scraped the canals out with tiny little instruments, filled them with that clorox solution, scraped between my tooth roots to get out the dead tooth stuff between the roots (this is why he said it was a 50/50 shot because the center of my tooth was all black in the x-ray: dying/dead/infected). ... (2 replies)
... I had a rc done by a dentist and then 3 more done by an endodontist and thought the latter was much better. No one can really give an actual guarantee on how long things will last,etc unless they are quite experienced in what they do, that's why endo's are better - their equipment tends to be more specialised as well. Having one treatment on the tooth and yet getting another... (2 replies)
Abcessed tooth
Mar 18, 2007
... Hello... If your tooth has been broken a long time and you have an abscess (also known as a 'gum boil' or 'fistula'...looks like a pimple on the gums) you do need some antibiotics. PenVK is the drug of choice, so you need to take that medicine until you are finished. Many times these abscesses will shrink starting on day 2 of the antibiotics, but they never go away until... (1 replies)
... Ok let me explain when my crown was removed on that tooth 3 days ago the tooth it did not look black just looked pretty yellow? ... (13 replies)
... come up almost 3 weeks ago, had the root canal and now the first part of the crown process and the fistula is still there and ruptured last night with blood coming out. It's on the last upper tooth. Called the dentist and I'm going back on antibiotics. ... (6 replies)


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