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is there way to Kill bacteria around the tooth ROOT CANAL using natural means?
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[quote:Matrix-V:MV8yMTMwOTU3XzM1OTY3MTgwX0Q2NzQzRUND] [quote:Anonymous Coward 17922672:MV8yMTMwOTU3Xzg0MDNDMjc3] Had root canal, then retreatement (tooth was still tender), had several rounds of antibiotics, now tooth is reacting to heat. Doctor says to either have root canal surgery or pull it, he thinks there is a residual bacteria around the root. Any natural ways to fix this? Thank you [/quote] Im am going through the same thing right now. Had a root canal done about a year ago and its just within the lat few weeks starting to hurt a bit again in that area. upper left molar. the bad news is that I had a university student do it. the upside was that it only cost 200 bucks instead of 1500 at a specialist. he showed his instructor the xrays when he was done and I assume it all looked good. so OP, have you come to a conclusion from this thread on what action you are going to take? [/quote]
Had root canal, then retreatement (tooth was still tender), had several rounds of antibiotics, now tooth is reacting to heat. Doctor says to either have root canal surgery or pull it, he thinks there is a residual bacteria around the root.
Any natural ways to fix this?
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