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... I have the similar situation. I have a filling redone in one of my teeth and doctor assured me I won't need the root canal. ... (1 replies)
... step program for root canal sufferers. Mia, you are pretty much exactly where I was when I started this post, in the middle of a 4 or 5 step retreatment. I very much hope yours works, but be very skeptical if it doesn't and they keep stalling you on extraction. ... (91 replies)
... Hello, I have been very fortunate that my teeth have waited 43 years before having a problem. ... (1 replies)

... The thing about a root canal is they can and will fail if not done well. I blew a years insurance plus some cash on one root canal AND then had to pay the same Dentist to extract it a couple months down the road after it abscessed. ... (2 replies)
... I have a molar that has a metal crown on it that needs a root canal. ... (3 replies)
... I've had root canals for about 4 years now after trauma to the front four teeth killed the pulps. ... (0 replies)
... your post is now a few weeks old, I hope your tooth has continued to improve. ... (2 replies)
... clenching can cause damage to roots or calcification. So on that level your TMJ may have directly or indirectly caused your root canals. But I doubt that TMJ can prevent a RCT from settling. ... (91 replies)
... I'm a little confused. You said you completely knocked out your 2 front teeth, but you are concerned about the dentist shaving it down? ... (8 replies)
... I had my root canal done 2 days ago. Now I'm in slight pain but it's normal as far as I know. ... (6 replies)
... Did the dentist give you a local when he did the root canal? ... (7 replies)
Root canal
May 28, 2004
... it's always better to save and keep a tooth if possible rather than extract it. ... (5 replies)
... you stole my snow!! I fail to understand how they could get a weather report THAT wrong! Lol....Hope you weren't snowed in too bad. ... (38 replies)
... AS one who has done many, many root canal procedures I can tell you that endodontics can be a tricky business. There are a lot of reasons these things fail and most are not the operators fault. Sometimes, what can be the operators fault, is not wanting to admit the procedure is failing. ... (6 replies)
... can fail due to a number of reasons. ... (2 replies)
... I am right there with you. I am in so much pain and don't know what to do. I had a root canal fail and then another root canal that hurts and problems with 2 other teeth. I don't have the same exact situation but just wanted to tell you I can relate completely. ... (17 replies)
Root canal removal
Jul 18, 2012
... old root canal post without removing the entire tooth is nearly impossible. Even if you find a dentist who will try, there's a good chance he will fail, and you'll wind up with an extraction. ... (1 replies)
... An infected root tip can be removed in a minor surgery called an apicoectomy. I had one done, and it was absolutely painless as the root tip was taken out through a small incision in the gum. This saved my molar, as the tooth is held in place now by its other roots. ... (8 replies)
... rays will determine if all is okay. Root canals are a tricky procedure and not always successful. Its important that a root treated tooth be monitored by your dentist as they can fail and then cause infection and eat away your bone if they are not done properly. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for your response. Thankfully that dentist did not charge me for that failed root canal. But he did fail to tell me that the tooth was perforated and just let me know that I should get a specialist to look at it. ... (9 replies)


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