Do You Always Need a Crown after a Root Canal?
In some cases, when the tooth does not have much decay, the tooth structure is still strong, tooth surfaces are intact, the doctor can simply fill it up.
To make it easier to visualize, look at the picture, and imagine the chewing force of the tooth: if the walls and surface of the tooth are thick enough, it will withstand the force. Otherwise, it will break, and porcelain restoration will be necessary.
Therefore, understanding the tooth structure to make the correct plan is very important. Only doctors who are well-trained, and have a "heart" for patients can advise "this tooth can be filled, expensive porcelain veneers are not necessary!”
You can also clearly see the thoroughly cleaned root canals in this photo!
Figure: A case of "standard" treatment like the Text Book at Ton Dat Tien branch, treated by Doctor Khanh!
Lan Anh Dental Clinic, established in 1980, has been operating continuously for more than forty years so far.
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Infected teeth often originate from tooth decay, causing pulpitis, pulp necrosis leading to the infection of the entire tooth.