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I am an NHS patient and was fitted with a front crown less than 6 months ago. Too my utter horror, while at a friends BBQ it came out and got lost, we tried in vain to look for it. As it is a front tooth I am very self conscience. My question is, as it obviously should not have come out so unexpectedly soon and has been lost, could I reasonably expect be able to get another NHS replacement without any difficulties? as I'm conc...
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Should there be a ledge between my crown and the gum?
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Hi, I have a massive hole beneath my lower incisor and 2 NHS dentists say they cannot offer a crown or a denture without a fee. I have had fillings but they come out within a week or so. I receive pension credit. I have a partial denture that I have stopped wearing as it pivots centrally and is painfully uncomfortable and a speech impediment. It has just occurred to me that I can see no reason to not have a crown for free.
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Hello. I need a crown as I've had 2 lots of root canal treatment & now have a temporary filling. I am allergic to nickel & possibly other metals - I don't know which, as one can only get tested for common allergens. I don't appear to be allergic to gold, most silver, or brass. My dentist says all crowns are as strong as each other, but I have found information suggesting that gold ones are better as they last longer & don't ri...
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Hi. I went for a check-up on 28th November. The dentist did a bit of proding around and said that there were no problems with my teeth. I have had no problems for years. I came home, started eating my tea and noticed that my crown was moving. I had had no movement in the crown prior to this. I telephoned my dentists and explained to the receptionist that I had been for a check-up a few days earlier and on returning home I noti...
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I have just had a silver crown fitted on the NHS, to replace a 20yr gold, back lower molar crown which had developed decay underneath. After the fitting I felt pressure to the next teeth as if it was too big (wide not high). The dentist attempted to drill/shape the crown to make it more comfortable and has asked me to go back next week for a review and polish. I am concerned because I cannot get floss between the teeth either ...
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My dentist has recommended I have certain teeth crowned.  This is going to be costly so I should like to have another opinion as to why this might be necessary?
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Is it possible to have a pink porcelain gumline on crowns and where could I have this done in England?
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hello doctor iam 35 a librarian.five years ago i had an accident and damaged my three front teeth (which are slightly protruded).my dentist root canalled and covered it with a jointed crown.my look after this treatment is very much improved too.but now a days i had a worry that did the jointed crown protrude? what can i do then ?my anxiety growing day by day .please give your kind answer.
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I've just had 6 front crowns done and 2 vaneers. When I got the temporary crowns I'm I love it that they were slightly larger than my original teeth. And when o asked her if the real crowns would be the same size she said yes. But today when she fitted the real ones they are shorter than the temporary ones and I think shorter than my original teeth. I'm a bit gutted really becaue it's cost me so much money and been blinking pa...