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RCT after heart condition
He is having tooth pain and dentist suggested RCT. Is RCT okay after 6 months of heart bypass surgery?
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Yes. Leaving an infection in the body would be far more dangerous than getting an RCT. An RCT is a very simple non invasive procedure. Just inform the cardiologist and begin treatment as soon as possible. He may put you on an antibiotic as a precaution though it is not essential.
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Just take an elaborate letter from dentist about procedure, antibiotic and analgesic what he is going to use, take the same to your cardiologist and get a go-ahead from him and go on with the procedure as your cardiologist suggest
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