Periapical pathology associated with endodontic failure is not uncommon, particularly mesiobuccal root of upper first mnolar(#14), in which there may be 2 canals, and one tends to be missed by clinician.Certainly redo root canal is not a guarantee to resolve the periapical lesion.However, after complete canal debridement and obturation, if the lesion persists, periapical surgery along with apicoectomy and retrograde filling may save the tooth. If periapical surgery is not successful, root amputation may save the tooth. Your condition is probably far beyond extraction.
The tooth can be replaced by implant , it probably needs sinus lift or sinus elevation.
Thank you for your information.