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No crown after RCT
Had undergone RC 2 months back. Dr had suggested to get a crown within 2 days. Couldn't do it due to some reasons. Now i can sense a swelling on right cheek but no pain. Also a slight disturbance in the right eye while blinking. What could be the reason. Please guide. Really scared.
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Go for xray
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It may be due to reinfection of rct....get xray to be done n go for re-rct and capping if required...
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Take proper antibiotic medication to avoid reinfection
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Get video consultation with xray if required
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Swelling may be due to reinfection as the treatment is incomplete. You have to get reRCT done. There is no relation between teeth and eyes. If you have disturbance in the eyes then consult an Optholmologist. Hope this helps Cheers
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It may be the signs of reinfected root canal .one must always go for capping of tooth after within 2-3 days of Treatment
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re rct is the only solution alongwith some antibiotics post rct and capping of tooth finally
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