Once the root canal is done, you will need to place a definitive restoration in the treated tooth. The type of treatment depends primarily on the situation that caused the tooth needed endodontic treatment; if it was a result of caries, you will have to assess the degree of destruction this caused, ranging from a simple filling, through the placement of endopost or the need to place a crown.
In other cases, when the problem is malocclusion may recommend orthodontic treatment or a complete dental rehabilitation, to avoid that the problem occurs in other teeth.
It will always be necessary to conclude the passage of final restoration, because if the access made for the root canal is not sealed, the tooth can be recontaminated, added that if the piece was very fragile due to extensive destruction by prior cavity process the piece will be very fragile and it can fracture.
Usually, the patient who comes to endodontic treatment is recommended by another dentist, if this is the case, once the root canal is done you must return to the dentist who referred you over; If, however, if you do not have a dentist in general practice, feel confident to ask, we have a team of excellent professionals who can serve your dental needs.