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How many steps does a root canal has after the first set of treatment after cleaning of affected tooth.after how many days does a crown isplaced.which crown is good.
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Generally it take minimum 3-4 sitting depending upon the infection . Once the procedure completes , wait for a week to check if no further discomfort . Go for a Metal ceramic crown ,if you have low budget . Its tooth coloures too. If you need an crown ' top of the line' - Go for "ZIRCONIA ".
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Hello dear... Steps are dependent upon the condition of teeth and the concerned doctor....may be done on the same day....or takes upto 10 days...all crowns are good ...it's your budget..which matters....for more information.. find some time and text so we can discuss it in detail...
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See root canal treatment can be done in single sitting as well in multiple sitting depending on your tooth condition If after cleaning of the tooth u r asymptomatic means u don’t have any pain then in next sitting it will be finished followed by permanent filling and next sitting will be for crown cutting and measurement and within 5-10 days u can get crown on top of it There are many crowns avilable and selection of crown again depends on which tooth it is being placed ,front or back tooth Types of crowns r metal ceramic,complete ceramic ,e max crowns For better understanding and explanation u can contact in personal chat box
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