Should You Remove A Root Canalled Tooth?
Almost every root canalled tooth contains toxic substances. In a minority of people, their bodies can isolate the source of the infection, and they can be relatively resistant to the root canal. If you suffer from severe or disabling chronic health problems, remember, as we see a professional who can help you determine if your root canals are the cause of your problems with health. Infected root canals, often unnoticed by x-rays and can wreak havoc in the body. The danger of any root canal, you've probably related to how unhealthy tooth was in the first place. Root canals can be checked with TOPAS testing, testing equipment, electric or muscle testing to determine the root canal, which is considerably harming your health.
The root canal procedure hides the pain of an infection, but this is usually not to go down to the bone and the top of the tooth root, where the infection may exist.
In addition, this procedure does not address the underlying reason why the tooth is infected in the first place. Thus, latent infection that may lie at the root canal sites.
If your health is not visibly suffering, then many dentists consider that we should keep your root canalled teeth. Currently, there is no real natural replacement for your teeth. And while we have some tools to make healthy natural tooth replacements, I would not expect that this technology will be available, successful, or available at a price at least 20 years. After tooth removal, there is no way back.
Your bite and your ability to chew supported your tooth, even if it has a root canal. Many people have told me personally that they have already regretted that their root canalled pulling teeth, because, as it affected them chew or bite. Alternative pulling current root canal tooth is root canal resterilized with the latest technologies such as EndoCal 10. That being said, there is a time and place for some root canalled teeth to be removed, as it saved the lives of some people...