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Endodontic Surgery

Endodontic Surgery - Symptoms

Endodontic Surgery - How to prevent?

Endodontic Surgery - Diagnosis

Endodontic Surgery - Treatments

Endodontic Surgery - Post-surgery care

  1. There may be mild oozing or bleeding from the operation site after surgery.
  2. Some pain, tenderness, swelling, bruising of the operation area may be experienced.
  3. Painkillers and antiseptic mouthrinse will be prescribed, antibiotics may be prescribed where indicated by the doctor.
  4. Stitches will be removed in 5 to 7 days.
  5. Follow up appointments will be scheduled to review the healing of the tooth.
  6. Endodontic surgery has success rates ranging between 80 to 95%. If the tooth does not heal after the surgery, re-surgery may be indicated, or extraction may be advised. 

Endodontic Surgery - Other Information

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