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Carlos Boudet, DDS, DICOI
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Question from Anonymous: I had a root canal retreatment on tooth #3. About 2-3 weeks after that, a bump developed on the gum above the treated tooth (there was no bump pre-op). The endodontist suspects the MB root is cracked and suggests root amputation. But he said there is chance it is not cracked and only apicoectomy will be needed. There is deep pocket on the gum in question, therefore…
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Question: What is the percentage of implant failure? I have heard other people comment on implants not lasting a long time. Lucy Answer: Dear Lucy: I probably should answer this in two parts. The first part, the percentage of implant failure is very low, which means the success rate is very high. A success rate of 95 to 99% is seen in the literature. The second part, which deals with…
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