Which has a better success rate with infection: apecectomy or to re treat root canal?

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Answered by Instant Cosmetic & Dental Surgery

Thanks for your inquiry.
Both Apectomy and Root canal have equally good prognosis if performed correctly.

Published on Sep 12, 2017

Answered by Instant Cosmetic & Dental Surgery

Thanks for your inquiry.
Both Apectomy and Root canal have equally good prognosis if performed correctly.

Published on Sep 12, 2017


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