Q: I had root canal long ago in a tooth. Just had an implant done next to that tooth. The root canal-ed tooth has a cavity. Could I feel pain from this tooth though there is no root, or is the pain caused by the recent implant? A: Normally, we would need an x ray
Can a Tooth Which Had Root Canal Long Ago Still Cause Pain from a Cavity?
Category: Dental Implants
Q: I have a slightly deficient upper jaw and am told I am a candidate for surgery to bring the upper jaw forward. However, I also want three bicuspid teeth that were extracted as a teenager replaced. I have been advised against this but I feel that only by having 32 teeth will I achieve
Q: I’m going to get six dental implants with a 4-hour anesthetic. Is that safe, or would it be best to have three done at a time with a 2-hr sedation? A: We generally do not sedate patients for dental implants. However, I would check with your Periodontist and check what type of medications you
Q: I will have two teeth extracted soon. One has an infection and it will need bone grafting. How long can I wait to get implants? Do I get both implants at the same time or can I wait? How long? One is a front tooth. A: Here at Columbia University School of Dental Medicine
Q: I had a crown a root canal and crown placed on #14. I have had complications due to an abscess caused by an unsuccessful root canal. I was told by two dentists that I would need an apexectomy and a new crown which will cost over $2000. Apparently, there is no guarantee it will