In some cases endodontic treatment can be not successful. Then patient requires retreatment of root canals. Endodontists in New Jersey specialize in it. Among the most common cases, when retreatment is required are:
Narrow or curved canals that ere not found and treated during the initial procedure.
The complex anatomical shape of the channel was not detected during the first endodontic treatment.
The final restoration of the tooth with a crown was postponed for too long after successful endodontic treatment.
Tooth cavity was contaminated with saliva.?
Occurrence of a new carious cavity can cause re-infection.