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Cavity.Rct or Implant?

Hi Sir/Mam, In a recent visit to two different dentists, one of them has advised to go for tooth extraction and implant and other for RCT after checking X-Rays, both of which I have shared in the questionnaire. Please can I get expert advise on this as which one should I be the best remedy for it. And if anyone suggest for Extraction, then will there be any risk if I go for RCT and how long can it hold? Thanks in advance and looking forward for your opinion!
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Mithila Rao Shete
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The bone level for this tooth as can be seen on the x ray is a little less in certain areas. I would advise to still go for rct and deep scaling around the tooth ...wait for two weeks and then go for capping as this will give a better chance for longer survival. Do male sure the tooth is not moving a lot . .if that is the case then extraction would be recommended. Minor mobility may subside after rct
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Dr. M. R. Pujari
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Hi..you can go for root canal. But, surrounding area of bone is compromised. It would stay only for five to ten years. Regards
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Dr. Govindaraj.S.J
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To keep it simple RCT and crown would be the best option out for this tooth. But you need to keep a meticulous oral hygene by flossing and getting your teeth cleaned(scaling) by a dentist once in three months atleast intially. Implant as an alternative and only as a last option.
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Dr. Janakiram Reddy
Dentist 9 yrs exp Hyderabad
Rct can be done on comprise condition For few years
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Dr. Mohammad Imran Khan
Dentist 8 yrs exp Lucknow
Hi go for root canal treatment ..it looks as it can be saved with rct and crown ...best of luck take care
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Dr. Shashwat Magarkar
Dentist 9 yrs exp Nagpur
Should give one try for RCT and capping. Extraction and implant can b done any time if it fails.
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Dr. Ankit H Mehta
Dentist 8 yrs exp Mumbai
As I can see in your X Ray.Your tooth can be saved with RCT.if done properly,It will have along life.Extraction is definitely not recommended.Go for RCT and Crown.
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Dr. Ashmi Saini
Dentist 16 yrs exp Gurgaon
Since u r jst 26 yrs old I would advice u to go for a RCT which u need to keep in ur mind .....wont last for a long time..so in case the rct treated tooth works for 4 to 5 yrs..then ultimately u can go for an implant....
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