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Failing Root Canal Therapy Without Crown Tooth #31

It is important to follow up with your general dentist after root canal therapy has been completed. They would like to know your symptoms have been resolved and seal the tooth with a definitive restoration. The filling and crown will prevent leakage and re-contamination of the tooth to prevent problems in the future. It is best to complete this step within weeks to ensure the tooth does not break apart before it can be restored. Back teeth need crowns to ensure successful treatment. Studies show teeth are lost after root canals five to six times as often when crowns are not placed!

By |2012-02-21T20:25:13+00:00February 17th, 2012|Latest News in Endodontics|0 Comments

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Dr. McNamara grew up in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho where his father and brother currently practice general dentistry. After completing endodontics' residency in Texas he and his wife, Dr. Donna Soleman, decided to return to the Pacific Northwest where they met at the University of Washington School of Dentistry.

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