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periapical abscess

a 23 year old male patient having pain in the left lower back tooth region. pain is sharp , intermittent, and aggravates on eating food and relief on medication. on palpation both sublingual lymphnode get palpated. top +ve w.r.t 37 Chief Complaints patient having pain in the lower left back tooth region History history dates back to 5 days when patient noticed it Vitals normal Investigations advised iopa w.r.t 37 Diagnosis what is the diagnosis? Management what should be the management?

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Investigation Iopa with 37& 36 Vitality test Diagnosis Chronic symptomatic irreversible pulpitis with 37& 36 Treatment plan Extraction or endodontic therapy with 37& 36 depending on the pros & cons . Followed by prosthesis . Thanks!

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Get X Ray to access the decaying or necrosis level on the root. If tooth can be saved it must be first priority after RCT... Otherwise proceed for extraction and followed by artificial tooth/metal or ceramic corn. In this option ..Pt must be well covered with Antibiotic / Metrogyl/ NSAID.

NEED'S.. BS ANTIBIOTICS WITH .. NSAIDS..AS PER REQUIREMENT.. X-RAY STUDY .. SURGICAL INTERVENTION WITH .. DENTIST'S OPINION ..

Tnx Dr Ashish Tiwari
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Root canal treatment vs extraction.

Tooth extraction after course of antibiotics

Investigation Iopa with 37& 36 Vitality test Diagnosis Chronic symptomatic irreversible pulpitis with 37& 36 Treatment plan Extraction or endodontic therapy with 37& 36 depending on the pros & cons . Followed by prosthesis . Thanks!

Periapical abscess Antibiotics Analgesics Advise iopa - rct,extraction

Tooth extraction under antibiotic prophylaxis and NSAIDs

It's periapical abscess advise 3 days antibiotics then take an iopar.if prognosis is poor advise Xn othereise do RCT in relation to 37 and review after 1 month if lesion is in healing stage,we can do the crown

Periapical abscess Antibiotics and pain reliever Extraction of the tooth X ray of the adjacent tooth also

Irreversible pulpits Treatment Rct

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