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  1. Arti says:

    Yes it’s. If your teeth ends up needing endodontic (root canal) treatment, your only other option will end up being getting the tooth removed, bone grafted, and replaced with a dental implant. Unfortunately, you cannot reverse the process of a cavity reaching the nerve tissue of your tooth. Dental implants are indicated to replace natural teeth in cases where tooth permanence is no longer possible, which include when a fracture occurs that prevents the rehabilitation of tooth functions, advanced periodontal (gum) disease, or alternative factors that may compromise the structure supporting the bone of the tooth. If you are not wanting to get a root canal, a dental extraction and replacement with a dental bridge or implant may be your only other option. Talking about root canal treatment can cause fear in many people. Talking about root canal treatm

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