Sounds like a scam job to me. You better seek out an alternate DDS practioner. It shouldn't be too much longer, and he should lose that tooth, by nature. The secondary, or permanent tooth is actually an extension of the primary, just below it underneath the gumline. There is a chance that by an accident, the tooth may have become impacted, and then, yes, it might be good to have a root canal, if the surrounding tissue, and nerves are damaged.AnswerThe answer above was written by someone uneduacted. Root canal therapy on primary (baby) teeth is necessary in some cases. A primary molar will not usually be shed until 11-13 years old. That primary tooth needs to hold the space for the secondary tooth erupting in about 4 years. Electing to extract has the potential for serious (and expensive) problems on down the road. Electing to do nothing is even worse.
-Yes, please if you have not had an educational background in dentistry please refrain from giving dental advise. See a pediatric dentist.
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No. By definition, a 'dry socket' is a painful condition that occurs following a tooth extraction, not a root canal. That is not to say that you cannot have pain following a root canal. You can, particularly if the tooth was acutely infected at the time of the root canal, or if the root canal is incomplete. You should consult with the dentist who performed the procedure and follow his/her recommendations.
Yes! In fact, half of the time, its the root canal which clears away the infection as your dentist would usually file away the "bad" part of the tooth anyway.
It is an artificial (man-made) river. Specifically, the primary issue is that it connects two rivers as opposed to two saltwater bodies (like the Panama Canal or Suez Canal).
It can only be recommended by dentist. I would suggest please go to doctor and complete check up of the child as usually root canal is performed on adults.
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No. There something else going on. It may still be infected or possibly the occlusion needs to be adjusted. Return to the dentist who performed the root canal and let them diagnose the problem.
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the dentist may prescribe an antibiotic, then the patient should take the full prescribed course. With the infection under control, local anesthetic is more effective, so that the root canal procedure may be performed without discomfort.
No, its not painful. Root canal will be performed only after proper anesthesia is administered.However one might experience tickling sensation.
They should use it as a trade route.
because the panama canal has a beautiful viewing and is just the place to be.
The Erie Canal's primary users today are private pleasure craft.
Increase trade between the middle east, Europe, and Asia.
When you have a root canal generally it is performed during 2 to 3 visits. Do you mean second visit to root canal? If you are being told this is a second root canal on the same tooth, find another dentist and stay on the antibiotics. Minimally get another opinion before making a decision. Get x-rayed, and checked again, you should not have pain or swelling after the root canal. Possible underlying other causes.
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there was no positive impacts from Love Canal it should of never happened in the first place
You should go to the doctor.
Root canal treatment has become a common dental procedure. According to the American Association of Endodontists, more than 14 million root canal treatments are performed every year, with a 95% success rate.
Once root canal treatment is performed, the patient must have a crown placed over the tooth to protect it. The cost of the treatment and the crown may be expensive.
Endocervical curettage-- Biopsy performed with a curette to scrape the mucous membrane of the cervical canal.
Optic nerve and ophthalmic artery passes through this foramen to your eye ball.
The Us should have the control of the Panama Canal because of variuos reasons. One of them is that the US constructed the Canal. It is their right to keep it. Now the president that said to give it to Panama is very stsupid because it is important to have that passage for commerce!
You can but shouldn't. You should wait for a while until the body has time to adjust to the canal so that it does not get infected
If the nerve is exposed, root canal therapy would probably save the tooth. You should see a veterinarian for a professional opinion.