Treatment Of Perforated Molar Teeth?
I’m pretty 20 years old, I want to ask, my third molars from the last have a cavity and the doctor suggested x-rays after that I showed the results to the doctor and said the dentist had to remove it or if I wanted to keep it I had to do root canal treatment, now I want to ask, is it better to use PSA or have my teeth pulled out? thank you
From the information you have conveyed, if the X-rays have been taken, your dentist finally recommends tooth extraction, then it is possible that your related tooth has decreased its function or extensive damage to your teeth in the related area, so extraction is a step that can be recommended and taken by your dentist.
However, if the tooth extraction is not performed, then the alternative action to take is PSA and fillings. This is done if you are not comfortable with the tooth extraction.
Therefore, it is best if you follow your doctor's plan, because your dentist will know the weight, the condition of your teeth, and the dentist can evaluate the condition of your teeth and your complaints directly.
Thus, further risks associated with related teeth can be prevented, such as swelling and damage to tooth fillings.
That is the information we can convey, also read PSA.