How is a root tip removed? That is all that remains of an upper and lower molar on the left. What pain is involved? Should pain killers be prescribed after? Antibotics?

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  • William Zimmermann

    William Zimmermann 25 - January - 2011, at 19:29 PM

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 23 - October - 2010, at 11:18 AM

  • It depends upon whether the root tip is fused with bone or it is mobile. Some times bone cutting is done to remove the tip. There is no pain as the anasthesia is given but duration of the procedure can increase. If the root tip is infected then antibiotics are given but pain killer has to be given after the removal of the root tip. For more info on tooth extraction you can visit the following link....www.identalhub.com/article_ways-of-tooth-extractions-150.aspx

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