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Dental Fistula

What is Dental Fistula? – Its Identification, Treatment, and Prevention

A dental fistula is a canal, usually small in size, that originates from a tooth infection and opens out into the oral cavity near the gums.
How Much Does a Root Canal Cost

How Much Does a Root Canal Cost & Why It Varies?

Root canal cost varies between $700 to $1200. But to your surprise, it is still cheaper than having a tooth removed and replaced with crown, bridge or implant.
Dental Crown After Root Canal Therapy

Dental Crown After Root Canal Therapy – Why is It Necessary?

You need a dental crown after root canal therapy because post this treatment your tooth will become fragile, there could be a chance of coronal leakage and lastly, crown increases the durability of the permanent restoration.
root canal alternative

5 Alternatives to Root Canal Treatment

Root canal therapy prevents the need for tooth removal, but root canal treatment has a few limitations. The treatment doesn't come with a 100% guarantee, and the procedure can fail at times. Alternatives to root canal treatment are tooth extraction, ozone therapy, laser root canal therapy, diet changes, and pulp capping.
root canal pain

Does a Root Canal Pain? If Yes, Then How Much Does It Hurt?

Root canal pain entirely depends upon the underlying cause which led to the RCT and your threshold to bear the pain. Most people report a feeling of little sensitivity or tenderness of the tooth for a few days after having a root canal. There could be several reasons.
Root canal treatment

What is Root Canal Treatment? Complete Treatment Process

A root canal treatment or RCT is a conventional therapy to save a non-vital or inflamed tooth. It is a conservative form of treatment which means that minimal tooth structure is replaced and treated to prevent extraction of the tooth. In this therapy, the inflamed and infected or completely non-vital soft tissue of the tooth, known as the dental pulp, is removed and replaced with inert dental cement.

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