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  1. Arti says:

    For the first few days after a root canal, a few patients may experience sensitivity, slight discomfort, or inflammation, while others experience an uneven bite or a reaction to the medication. Regardless of symptoms, a follow-up appointment is almost always recommended within a week or two after your root canal. After a root canal, try to eat soft foods that require very little chewing, like applesauce, yogurt, eggs, and fish. No denture, bridge or implant will look, feel and function as well as a natural tooth. When given a choice between tooth extraction and root canal treatment, always opt for a root canal. However, if have high anxiety to root canal treatment, please consult our office and we can arrange your rooth canal procedure to be performed under sedation. However, if have high anxiety to root canal treatment, please consult our office and we can arra

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