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Having problem in tooth which has become dark and causing pain. i am pregnant so cannot go for RCT hence, please advice any alternative option that i can undergo
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Ma'am in 2nd trimester you can get your tooth treated.
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Yes you can go for a root canal treatment for instant pain relief.Its safe .
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x-ray is not advisable .
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Hello Mam, Root canal treatment is safer during pregnancy than a tooth removal.Which trimester are you in Mam?Regards,Dr Sumanmakam,dental arts,jayanagar.
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RCT can be started in pregnancy but no x ray can be done. Pain will relieve on first visit. It can be completed after delivery.
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Please visit a dentist to see to what extent the problem is. According to what can be done best in current situation a decision can be taken
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Hello. RCT is more safer in pregnancy than tooth extraction.
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