dear friend, thanx for sharing your concern,
you can go for either RCT or EXTRACTION , but extraction will leave you with an empty space , reminding you of your lost tooth . over a period of time adjacent teeth shift towards the empty space. some times chewing is also affected.
later, if you visit dentist
to replace it, you will be advised to go for three unit
that is why, it is better to save a tooth which has good prognosis.
some times the tooth itself is mobile and even if you want to go for RCT the dentist says, it is better to go for extraction .
so i leave the choice to you .
suits you , go for it, no harm.
hope this helps, thanx