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Root canal gone wrong

Hi Doctor , I saw your reviews and I would like to have an appointment with you . I will tell my complaint in short. I had done RCT 10 years back when I was 14 . I was having occasional pain on the tooth , then it subsided . But recently one night I had severe pain and my lower cheek has swollen a little bit. I could not bear the pain and visited a general physician in the midnight who gave me a pain killer shot and a tablet. Can the tooth be saved and re-treatment possible ? How can I book an appointment with you .
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Hi..you can book appointment online on Practo. Yes we can do re-rct and save it based on x ray and clinical examination. Regards
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Dr. Sanjay Shah Mumbai | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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Retreatment is definitely possible.  Evaluation with x-rays and an experienced dentist can save your tooth.  Plz get urself checked.  Feel free to consult Laser Smile Care Centre anytime.  God bless u always.
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Dr. Shruti Agarwal Kolkata | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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Hi kindly seek an appointment on the given number and let us help you with appropriate plan
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Dr. Pranay Bangalore | Dentist
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Good morning
Hello yes definitely your tooth can be saved by doing Rerct for the involved tooth. Once we rule out the cause of the reinfection of this involved tooth. The tooth can be saved.
You can visit us at smilecure dental clinic neat bellandur or marathahalli in Bangalore
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A re rct  can be done after taking xray.  If not too should be extracted followed by crown
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