The AAE has recommended limiting non-urgent dental treatment and we intend to do so while remaining available to any patient who seeks emergency care. Please be advised that our hours may change on the basis of demand for our services. We will only be seeing patients who are in need of urgent or emergency care. If you or your patients are in pain and need care immediately, call 302-230-6375 or email email@example.com. We are working to provide our community with safe treatment options.
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What are the signs that a root canal has failed and requires retreatment?
Root canal retreatment may be required if your tooth isn't healing as expected following root canal therapy. Some of the signs to watch for that may indicate a problem include:
Pain and tenderness in the affected tooth and surrounding gums
Swelling in the gums in the area of the affected tooth
Sensitivity in the tooth that doesn’t fade
Visible infection in a follow-up x-ray
Because reinfection may occur soon after root canal therapy or years or even decades later, it is important to continue getting regular twice yearly examinations so that any problems that develop can be caught early.