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I have a temporary crown that has been in for years, it seems to be all right so why do I need to spend any more on it?

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Asked on 15/12/2005 12:00 am
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Your temporary crown is usually not made of a long term, dimensionally stable material, so after time the temporary cement leaches out providing the perfect environment under your temporary for bacteria to grow. You could end up having to have your tooth stump removed and over years watch your occlusion and teeth move and migrate with a much higher potential for destruction and the whole situation will domino!


A vital tooth can become an expensive root canal treatment or, even worse, have an even greater potential for expensive implant treatment.

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Your temporary crown is usually not made of a long term, dimensionally stable material, so after time the temporary cement leaches out providing the perfect environment under your temporary for bacteria to grow. You could end up having to have your tooth stump removed and over years watch your occlusion and teeth move and migrate with a much higher potential for destruction and the whole situation will domino!


A vital tooth can become an expensive root canal treatment or, even worse, have an even greater potential for expensive implant treatment.

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Answered on 15/12/2005 12:00 am