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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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What the difference, quality wise, between a NHS porcelain crown and a private crown costing £500.
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In 1986 I had a crown on one front tooth which was crooked. In 2001,still unhappy, I had a veneer on the other front tooth and a new crown to replace old one. The new crown looked quite big and overlaps the (uncrowned) tooth to the right of it but the dentist at the time said he could not see anything wrong with it. After all this time i would still like something done with my top teeth and also my bottom teeth which are crook...
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As you can see from pic attached 2 of my crowns have moved down and look extremely unsightly and have slight movement. My dentist says I can't have done on the NHS as it's classed as cosmetic work and will have to go private, I would like to know if this is right
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My gum has receded which makes the crown lower, is there anything i can do as it really is annoying me. Also the gum at the top of the crown has discolored. thank you
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I broke my front tooth 20 years ago and have been having trouble ever since. After having the first crown fitted I experienced pain with the nerve so had the nerve removed. The porcelain crown I have now is starting to look ugly. The crown is still great (if a little lower than should be) but my receeding gum has a black/purple mark at the top of the crown. My dentist told me that as the tooth has no nerve the crown has droppe...
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i had cap in my front teeths n don't match with others...i want to remove it but i grind my teeth before capping...so what i should do now to make them natural?
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Hi I've had a crown fitted with a post. This is the sixth crown. All the others caused no issues from the moment they were fitted (& most of these are 30+ years & have no associated problems) This time my tooth/crown still hurts & has kept me awake at night. It was paid for ie not NHS or denlan etc. Could there still be an underlying infection? What redress do I have for the dentist to put this right without my paying out yet ...
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My front crown (about 20 years old and once recemented) has come off. My dentist says it cannot be recemented. I don't understand her reasoning as I was not aware of losing any of the tooth at the time it came off and the crown with post intact do not appear ot have any broken material attached to it. I have done a temporary fix whilst awaiting a denture plate. My fix seems reasonably firm given that I have not used tooth ceme...
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I had a root canal and subsequent crown installed ($2200) on rear molar, second to last, lower....after three days i noticed two black 'holes' and a off white area about 1/2 centimeter......went back and dentist said that because of upper molar extending down too far (for which he filed) it had worn crown down to the subhousing (metal i suppose) is this normal to have such a thin venear of porcelain between the finish crown an...
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