What is the success rate of dental root amputation?

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There are too many factors to predict the success rate of a root amputation, because it also depends on the quality of the root canal treatment of the remaining roots and the protection of the tooth afterwards with a crown. If the root canal is done well, the long term success rate for the tooth is about 50%. But consider the alternative, by pulling the tooth, the success rate is 0%.

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