That is what happened to me and you are right that the root canal should never have been done. I am having horrible pain and infection in that area. I guess I have to have the tooth extracted after that painful root canal. Also that tooth is the anchor tooth for my fixed bridge. Thank you. I would appreciate it if can you tell me how I can prove it so I can get a refund.
Thank you so much for your reply. I appreciated hearing an unbiased opinion. My general dentist recommended I either use him or go to a prosthondontist for a consult. Do you recommend an oral surgeon over a prosthdondist? Also does everyone always need bone transplants when having an implant done. Thanks again for your advice.
Thank you for everything! Thank you ever so much. My DDS did call back and said that unless my face is 'badly swollen', no worries. Rinse and repeat...and be patience, lol...You rock, thanks so much, I'll be back for sure-Arreaux
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