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... DON'T DO IT! You will regret it. One, you could put it in completely wrong and make it very difficult for the dentist to correct. ... (3 replies)
... I apologize in advance if this problem has been addressed. I researched the board, but could not find anything related to my issues. ... (1 replies)
Rotten under crown
Nov 20, 2004
... Usually the cement that is used is very strong and to get a crown off it would have to be cut off. Even if the crown has been on for years. Now sometimes if a crown comes of there are a few reason. One it's old and over the years the cement has broken down, two decay under the crown, three cement not mixed right. ... (5 replies)

... That sure seems like a lot of money. If you ask the dentist what the code is for this service(all dental services have a number or letter code associated with them), I could look online and see what my company allows for this service. You also might want to look into dental insurance. It's usually pretty cheap. Mine is $19.95 a month and I save anywhere from 50% to 80%on... (3 replies)
... The crown broke along with the post in 2007 . ... (3 replies)
... they say this is conservative techniques, but I think its because they are afraid that there is possible fracture in the root or already close to it. ... (0 replies)
... I broke one of my front teeth10 years ago after a minor bike accident. I got fitted with crowns and I have replaced it twice, last time 4 years ago. It is a crown with a long metallic post that goes into the root of the tooth. ... (1 replies)
... It seems as if the tooth has broken off. That is why the periodontist could not glue the crown back on. ... (5 replies)
... I am wondering if anyone else here has post nasal drip combined with a teeth clenching problem, and has found a successful way of dealing with these problems. ... (1 replies)
... After inspecting the situation, my dentist reports the post has broken off approximately in line with the remaining tooth root. ... (1 replies)
... rd day post op my jaw was swollen and extremely sore to the touch. ... (1 replies)
... you will need a root canal if there is not sufficient tooth structure left for a crown. They may have to do a "post and core". Which means they will put a metal post in the root canal of the tooth and then build up the tooth with a core in order for them to be able to have enough tooth to put the crown on. ... (2 replies)
... Here's my situation. I had a crown done and it was too white. I complained several times and the dentist said he could do nothing about it. ... (0 replies)
... That is someone who specializes in root canals. The other option might be a prosthodontist...this one specializes in crowns, bridges, etc. all the cosmetic stuff. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Inq. I had my upper two wisdom teeth pulled out about a year and a half ago. They had broken through my gumline and my general dentist was able to pull them out in under three seconds, with no problems, with only novaicane. ... (5 replies)
... With the amount of times you have said you have had that crown replaced, it does not really sound reasonable to try to replace it again. Its just not worth the time or money. ... (1 replies)
... I noticed you live in Chapel Hill, NC. UNC has one of the best dental schools anywhere. ... (3 replies)
... Well, I am in the same boat. I had to have mine pulled and now looking at a bridge. ... (3 replies)
... d it had decay and that the tooth is very glass like now which caused it to break. He said it wasnt touching the root but wanted to do a double root canal with a post anyway. ... (1 replies)
... In April, I had a root canal on a tooth that was broken vertically, back half missing. Everything was exposed.. ... (1 replies)

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