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I recently had a crown replaced on my back right molar as there was decay underneath it. It already had a root canal too. The first dentist I went to see recommended extraction, so I went to another dentist for a second opinion. Although the prognosis for the tooth isn't great he suggested that he could try and save it as "sometimes these things can work" So I have had the tooth treated again, decay removed, a post put in and ...
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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...
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When the tip of my tongue touches the inside of my teeth it feels like something is on the tongue tip to spit out. It is really sensitive on the new crown that I got a couple of months ago.
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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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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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Should there be a ledge between my crown and the gum?
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I have two large teeth on either side of my mouth in my lower jaw and these are very filled. I would like to have these crowned on the NHS but my dentist said they are too weak to crown. I think the roots are still OK. I do not want a lower denture (already have an upper denture) and would like these two remaining teeth crowned (other teeth either side have been extracted but I can just manage to eat using these remaining two ...
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Can you fix a broken porcelain crown?
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Hi, I'm currently an NHS patient and I'm undergoing treatment for root canal on an infected tooth which is a top front molar tooth. I've had a previous white filling in the tooth and when I spoke with my dentist he said that after the root canal treatment I would have to have a crown fitted over this. Although I'm not exactly thrilled with the idea of having a crown if it will protect my tooth and allow me to keep my tooth for...
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I had a second molar re-crowned a few weeks ago. The old crown, (put in by another dentist), didn't fit properly, & kept falling off. I found a new dentist, & the temp crown fit great. I didn't have any issues. But, the perm crown just doesn't feel right. My dentist adjusted the bite, but, I've told him that the crown either feels like it's loose, or as if it's "floating" when I bite down. He can't find anything wrong with it....