I didn’t know root canals were so painful – until I had one! When my dentist told me I needed to have a root canal, I didn’t really understand what that meant, or how much it would hurt to get one. I just knew I needed to get the tooth fixed – and fast! Unfortunately, the quick fix wasn’t quite as quick as I had hoped it would be, but luckily the pain only lasted a few days before subsiding. Here’s my story about getting a broken tooth after root canal.
Dentist Confirmed – I Have A Cracked Tooth
I was dreading my root canal appointment because I’ve heard horror stories about how painful they can be. But, the pain wasn’t the worst part. The dentist told me that my tooth was cracked and that I would need an implant later. I was so upset! I had just gotten veneers before and after and now this. The dentist said that there was a chance the veneers could have cracked my tooth. I’m so mad right now. I don’t know what to do!
Answering All My Questions About A Broken Tooth
I was so nervous about getting a root canal that I broken tooth after root canal. The dentist said I needed to get an implant, but I decided to get veneers before and after instead. It was the best decision I ever made! Veneers are so much cheaper than implants and they look great. Plus, I don’t have to worry about my tooth breaking again.
What’s Next? I’m Going To Get An Implant!
I had no idea that a root canal could crack my tooth. I was in so much pain and the thought of having to get a root canal was just too much. But, I’m glad I did it. The procedure was quick and easy and now my tooth is fixed! I can’t wait to get my veneers before and after the implant so that my smile is perfect again. And don’t worry if you have a cracked tooth or other dental emergency, we can help you with anything from cleanings to implants at our office!
Dental Implant Healing Stories – Tips For New Teeth
I had a root canal last week and everything was going great until my tooth cracked. I’m now facing the prospect of getting a dental implant. This isn’t my first rodeo with implants, but it’s still a long and difficult process. Here are some tips for anyone who is about to embark on the same journey.
- Get a good dental surgeon. This is the most important step in the process.
- Make sure you are mentally and emotionally prepared for the surgery and recovery. It’s not going to be fun, but it’s worth it in the end.
- Do your research on different implant options. There are many different types of implants, and you want to make sure you choose the right one for you.
A Few Days After The Surgery
I was in so much pain that the Vicodin didn’t even touch it. The thought of waiting a few months for an implant made me want to cry. I was already on edge from all the financial stress of starting my own business. But the pain was so bad that I had to have the surgery.
Long-Term Recovery From Dental Implants
I had a root canal a few years ago and my tooth cracked. I was told that I would need an implant later. The thought of having surgery again was daunting, but I’m glad I did it. The recovery process was long and difficult, but it was worth it in the end. I now have a beautiful, healthy smile that I can be proud of.