Most teeth can be treated. Occasionally, a tooth can’t be saved because the root canals are not accessible, the root is severely fractured, the tooth doesn’t have adequate bone support, or the tooth cannot be restored. However, advances in endodontics are making it possible to save teeth that even a few years ago would have been lost. And, when endodontic treatment is not effective, endodontic surgery may be able to save the tooth.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much will the procedure cost?
The cost varies depending on how complicated the procedure might be due to some different factors. The procedure will probably be more complex than your first root canal treatment, because your restoration and filling material may need to be removed to accomplish the new procedure. In addition, your endodontist may need to spend extra time searching for unusual canal anatomy. … Continue reading How much will the procedure cost? →Read More
Patient Care Instructions Following Endodontic Surgery
Avoid strenuous exercise for the remainder of the day. Smoking and alcohol consumption delay wound healing and should be avoided for 3 days following surgery. Physical exertion or heavy lifting should not be performed for 7 to 10 days after your surgery. Apply an ice pack with firm pressure to your face directly over the surgical site. You should apply … Continue reading Patient Care Instructions Following Endodontic Surgery →Read More
How can I keep my mouth healthy?
It is important to do your part in keeping your mouth healthy in all stages of life. The essentials to keeping your mouth and teeth healthy change with every age and life stage. Keep yourself informed on the best ways to do so by visiting MouthHealthy, an informative and interactive website created by the American Dental Association for patients of … Continue reading How can I keep my mouth healthy? →Read More