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Abscess 10% to After Root Canal
Sir MolarTooth was paining Since Last Week,Dental Surgeon Prescribed Augmentin 625 & Combyflame & later added Metrogyl 400 Thn pain decreased 50%.Surgeon Said There is Crack in Tooth & Still Some Abscess is Beneath So Said For Root Canal Treatment.Now After 2 visits of RCT 90% Pain Has reduced.Now this time when we went for Final visit of RCT thn Dental Surgeon Said As You can see in X ray that i have attached,there is some Abscess Still there,so Said i have to take other RCT specialist advice to decide To do CAP aftr RCT on it or we should remove that teeth & whn i asked Dental Surgeon As My Father has litrally no pain now thn Can We Now make Cap to it & Later in future When it pains or discomforts him We can Remove That Molar Then Dental Surgeon Said Take Augmentin 625 twice a day for 3 days & Then We wil Put Cap on it.Sir i just Want Proper clarity That Father Should Put Cap to save Molar Tooth Now Or Molar Tooth Should be Removed.Please Refer X-ray Attached.Reply ASAP
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You can certainly wait for a week taking the prescribed antibiotics. Once the symptoms have completely subsided, you may then proceed with the crown/cap.
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Yes , you can surely wait and watch if the pain is subsiding . But regarding crack( if present , as you mentioned) , it can be problematic in the future.
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