No, all teeth are not post and core treated. However, we recommend a crown for all such teeth as the teeth become fragile after a root canal treatment. Post and core is done if there is an extensive loss of the crown of the tooth due to decay or fracture. In your case, post and core should be done or not, I can tell you exactly if you send me a picture of your tooth and X-ray, if available. Hope this helps. Regards.
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.. gone through your question. I can understand your concern. Yes, if the root stem is strong and not resorbed, root canal treatment can be performed, after that, if the crown tissue is grossly damaged they will do another procedure called post and core t Read full
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