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I had done a RCT treatment for a teeth at my right jaw two years back.. After RCT,I had forgotten to do Crown of that teeth due to my examinations..Now that teeth is giving me alot of trouble. It's moving a bit also..Can you suggest me the treatment. Can do Crown now or Re RCT it??
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Yes the crown can be done now,,but first I shall take a n Xray before initiating any treatment to know why the root canal treated tooth is paining after such a long time. Kindly book an appointment .
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Get it checked from dentist. He might take an x Ray and may advise you core build up filling of the tooth n crown, if everything is fine on x Ray.
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Hi go to dentist take an xray and evaluate if the infection is less u can save the tooth with RE RCT if the infection is more then extract the tooth and replace it with implant .
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Hello, you can consult an Endodontist and get the present tooth condition assessed clinically.Let the dentist take a call based on long term prognosis. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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You should visit a dentist and get an iopa x ray done of the tooth so that the reason behind your troubling tooth can be evaluated.
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Don't try to move the tooth on your own,this might injure your gums.
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hello, you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. get an x-ray done. if there is infection to the tooth, you need to get it treated. then get a crown placed over it.
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Since the tooth is causing you trouble and is mobile too, first get a radiograph done to assess the reason. If reinfected, Re RCT needs to be done. Otherwise a crown can be made after ruling out any periodontal (gum related) issue.
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Hi,Please get a x ray removed to know the cause of its movement.After x ray analysis if infection is present re RCT may be required followed by cap Please do not delay further .Avoid eating from that side till the treatment is completed.
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The first step would be to visit a root canal specialist ( endodontist). An x Ray has to be taken of the involved tooth. If there is an infection inside or you have lost the top filling of the tooth for a considerable time then Re RCT has to be done, which usually takes a couple of appointments. I would advise you not to bite hard on the involved side as the tooth/crown is mobile. Following Re RCT, a cap is usually indicated to preserve the structural integrity of the tooth and increase its longevity. Good luck.
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If the tooth is mobile, you have to visit your dentist and get it checked. Sudden mobility can be due to fracture of the crown. Further treatment will be based on clinical and x-ray findings.
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