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My crown fell out 3 days ago and today I went to get it re attached by an emergency dentist (not my own). As I have left I have looked in the mirror and noticed that the tooth next to it has moved (it appears to have been pushed in). I am now biting on this moved tooth as it stands proud from the others. This seems ridiculous, but is it possible that a tooth can move as a crown is pushed into place?
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A long story but I have been referred to have a tooth out under sedation on the NHS. I was told by my original dentist that she could not crown it as there was insufficient tooth structure. (Tooth has large cavity extending below gumline.) Assessment at hospital - told tooth possibly wouldn't crown. Do you think it would be possible for the dentist to crown my tooth using a core/post build-up? And if so, do you know if this is...
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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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Am I only able to receive treatment on nhs if dentist thinks I require it, my teeth are really eroded due to brushing to hard and discoloured and I haven't been happy for years its a daily thing for me I went to dentist last year and told her I felt and she seemed keen on helping me restore my smile but wasn't wanting to do it while I was pregnant as I get quite anxious .After I the birth I received a filling and told me I wou...
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Am I only able to receive treatment on nhs if dentist thinks I require it, my teeth are really eroded due to brushing to hard and discoloured and I haven't been happy for years its a daily thing for me I went to dentist last year and told her I felt and she seemed keen on helping me restore my smile but wasn't wanting to do it while I was pregnant as I get quite anxious .After I the birth I received a filling and told me I wou...
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Hi There, about 6 months ago I had a silver crown fitted on the NHS, 2nd tooth from the back, my dentist did not think my tooth could be saved a was very weak from root canal but we we're lucky, due to this she said it was not worth paying private as she didn't hold much hope. Now my silver crown is fitted and settling well I dislike it even, I feel conches when I smile as you can see the silver crown. I went back to my dentis...
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Hi, I have crowns on my upper 8 teeth,at the time of fitting crowns at my dentists clinic crowns looked white, my dentist told me that color of my crown is B2, After fitting at the clinic crowns looked white and from next day when ever i look at my teeth in sunlight they look yellow, I consulted 2-3 dentists since then they all say that my crowns are looking white but i know they are yellow the problem is these dentists don't...
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My daughter, aged 6 has to have a sterling silver crown fitted on her primary tooth and I'm wondering if its possible for her to have a zirconia ceramic crown fitted instead as the silver will be quite noticeable when she smiles. Does anyone know if these are fitted on children in the UK?
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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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Since the birth of my second daughter I have had many problems with my teeth (she is almost 5). Whilst most of my back teeth are ok (wisdom teeth have been extracted), my front teeth are in a very bad way. In 2011 I was sedated by my dentist, I had upper left 1 & 2 extracted and replaced with implants and some sort of composite built up to a sort of tooth shape, upper right 1, 2 & 3 all had fillings, which have fell out severa...