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Tooth Decay

Is RCT safe? I am afraid of a permanent cap on my teeth. Is there any further complication that can arise in future??
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Yes it is safe and long lasting and it is best to get it secured with crown
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It is the most commonly performed procedure by dentists,it simple and pain less, so dont worry go ahead, Regarding cap it protects Rct treated tooth, which is required after 2 to 6 weeks of Rct.
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RCT is the only solution to save your tooth if it is decayed and pulpally involved/ painful. It is important to cap this tooth as it turns brittle in 3- 6 months and can fracture under stress.
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