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Treatment after abcess

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Posted by: Twinklebell  (9 years ago)
Is it always necessary to have root canal or extraction after an infection in the roots of a tooth ? (the infeection has been resolved with an anti-biotic).
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Posted 9 years ago
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Is it always necessary to have root canal or extraction after an infection in the roots of a tooth ? (the infeection has been resolved with an anti-biotic).

Antibiotics do not cure dental abscesses,they just keep the bacteria from multiplying for a short time. Trust me, it will return, and the antibiotics will be less effective. Do what your dentist says and have the root canal.
Posted 9 years ago
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Antibiotic treatment along can,t give a permanent solution to your problem.
Posted 9 years ago
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It is absolutely essential to have complete treatment done - either a RCT or an extraction with an abscessed tooth. Antibiotics only give temporary relief and even if there is no swelling or no pain - it does not mean that the infection has been cured. It will most likely flare up at some inopportune time and you will be better off have dealt with it right away.
Posted 9 years ago
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Posted by: Twinklebell  (9 years ago)

Do what your dentist says and have the root canal.


The problem is the opposite. The infection was diagnosed by hospiital dental consultant and my dentist won't do the treatment that was reecommended!! That's why I waas asking!!!
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