With regard to colour, are implant crowns different from regular crowns? I have had inserted an implant crown, the colour of which I’m not happy with. I’ve been told that the reason it looks grey is because of the metal underlying the porcelain. However, I previously had a regular crown in this tooth before the implant, also metal fused with porcelain, and the colour was perfect. I have been told that the colour is A2, which is supposed to be the same as my other teeth, but the other teeth (including crowns) do not look grey. At the time of consultation, the technician advised that the tooth would be a combination of A2 and B2, in which case, could it be the case that there is too much B2? The tooth looks like A2 on the front surface in the dental surgery, but in normal daylight, inside and outside, it looks grey. The dentist does not seem to think the colour could be improved,which I find difficult to accept given that the crown I had previously was a perfect match.
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