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Cavity in the molar

My tooth requires a root canal treatment and i am worried if it pains during or after the treatment. I consulted a dentist who also told that one tooth needs to be extracted. Will it pain during the treatment?
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Dr. M. R. Pujari
12 yrs. of exp | Bangalore | Dentist

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Hi..now a days there is enough advancement in local sedation and treatment. No need to worry. If doctor is good then everything is painless. Regards
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Dr. N Srinivas
15 yrs. of exp | Hyderabad | Dentist
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Hello..Root canal treatment and extraction both are done under local anesthesia which cause numbness of that particular area and it will be painless.If tooth is loose or decayed to the extent that it cannot be treated then only extraction is suggested.
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Dr. Nilesh Bhavsar
10 yrs. of exp | Nashik | Dentist
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dear, gone are those days when it was pt screaming inside dental office ,with the advent of good local anaesthesia dentistry become almost painless , and discuss ur concern with ur doctor during treatment visit and tell him if it is hurting during procedure he will definitely add little dose of anaesthetic to make sure that it will be painless this time .
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take a second opinion for extraction of tooth . at this age tooth should be saved as far as possible
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Dr. Chaitanya Santosh
7 yrs. of exp | Hyderabad | Dentist
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The common challenge for a doctor and for patient is fear trust in the doctor he/she vil surely cure your pain just don't go by others and their personal experiences.
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Dr. Pinak S. Deshpande
7 yrs. of exp | Surat | Dentist
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Believe in your dentist.  With proper administration of local anaesthesia it does not pain. Proper execution of root canal treatment or even extraction is not painful.
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