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Hi have a crown on my front tooth.. I have had it in for about 20 years now.. In the last year it has dropped and sticks out..a bit like nanny mcphee.. I now hate my smile Is there anything that can be done
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My crown came out six month ago & my dentist put it back, but I have been today and he said it's still loose because it's not connecting to the root proper and i will eventually end up losing it, it's my front tooth so what options is there for mean. My right side next to my two front is a crown too but this seems ok , it's my left crown next to my two front teeth there is a big gap too which makes it look like its bad but it'...
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My wife has had a metal crown fitted on the NHS for the cost of £214.Her dentist stated that if she had wanted a porcelain crown it would have been in the region of £500.Why could she not have had aporcelain crown for the same price?
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I have lost the upper part of the back lower left molar but my dentist can save the tooth with a crown which is good news. He has also found hairline cracks on the rear right molar and he has proposed using a crown before this too fractures. I am happy with these proposed treatments. I have been given the option of a stainless steel crown at £350, metal free porcelain at £595 and 60% gold at £750. I would get a 10% discount as...
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Hi I had what I think is called a crown fitted quite a few years ago (tooth was bad and the root was taken out etc a thin line of tooth left and they fit something into my jaw and slide in a flase too that has a metal spike part that fits into the jaw fitted bit) and id say 3 months ago the tooth was getting loose and maybe a month ago I was out somewhere and the tooth came totally loose and fell into my mouth, I took it out a...
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Hi, I had a porcelain crown fitted on 6 Aug 2015 and a lumo appeared above this two months later. My Dentist said not to worry about it and to come bain 6 months for a check up. He refused to xray the area. I got a second opinion and an abcess was diagnosed immediately with xray to confirm. Should I be able to ask my dentist for the return of the fee for the crown? Thank you
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Hi, I was one of the many children treated by the NHS and given tetracycline which discoloured my teeth. I am 49 years old, with 12 old crowns ( now discoloured with a little gum recession). The overall look of my téeth has affected my confidence socially. My dentist says that I can't replace because of possible complications ( root canal etc). Am I stuck with these dreadful teeth or is there anything I can do to improve them?...
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Should there be a ledge between my crown and the gum?
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i had two crowns fitted 4yrs ago and paid private. one came of recently while biting into something and when the dentist put it back on he said it was cracked which was normal for crowns. where do i stand paying privately and i have half of it missing at the top?
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Over the years I have had 2 crowns fitted on my top front right tooth. I recently had the crown replaced for a 3rd time because the previous one kept coming loose. The new crown is smaller than my other tooth. The previous crowns were a perfect pit, my dentist even took a mould with my previous crown. I don't understand why there is now a slight gap between my crown and the front tooth next to it. Plus the crown looks like it ...
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