Root canal vs apicoectomy: what’s the difference?

Root canal and apicoectomy are two endodontic procedures which can be carried out to save a tooth. However, there are some fundamental differences between the two. You might need an apicoectomy when a root canal treatment has failed, as it’s generally used as a last resort to save a tooth, while a root canal is often used as the first approach to saving a tooth.

Learn more about apicoectomy and how it is carried out by visiting Dr Foschi’s profile at Top Doctors: www.topdoctors.co.uk/doctor/federico-foschi

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