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 several times and the decay has got worse, upper right 2 has nearly half a tooth missing. Upper left 3 is ok and upper left 4 has gone following root canal and the tooth breaking off after. Lower left 1, 2 & 3 and lower right 1,2 & 3 all have buckle caries, again the fillings fall out every 2 months. Upper right 1 is starting to break at the sides and chips are occurring on the front face of the tooth and upper right 3 has a quarter of tooth broken off. I am wondering if I am able to request all those affected teeth to be crowned on the nhs, as the fillings fall out so often and it is causing my dental health to worsen, wouldn’t a crown be a better solution? I am only 26 and have been suffering for 5 years with my teeth, they are making my life a misery, I am ashamed of myself and will barely open my mouth in public unless absolutely necessary and i cannot bite using front teeth as it is painful and sometimes causes bits of teeth to break off. I struggle to bite through soft food like sandwiches! I am due to go to a new dentist in 2 weeks and needed your advice as to whether I can request the crowns to help solve this awful situation!
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