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... How secure is the crown? Should I treat it as if it was as secure as my other natural teeth? (3 replies)
... I have 6 crowns. All are over root canaled teeth, and the crowns are about 11 years old. ... (2 replies)
... Two months ago I had several crowns and veneers put on my top teeth. Since then I have been in constant pain. It is an achy, stinging feeling, mostly on the front teeth. It even hurts to breathe. ... (1 replies)

... my teeth would look as perfect as I want them 2. My fears are well this is the end of my real teeth! This means I will never really have those teeth that have crowns put on for real ever again. ... (11 replies)
... I can see a couple of cavities in some front teeth that need to be filled, as well as some in the lower teeth as well. ... (5 replies)
... for the sedation each time, if i do this i will end up paying about the same, since i thought i can get the work done a little at a time,these people dont make it easy at all, they are making it hard for me so i can have everything done. ... (17 replies)
... rays. Baby teeth are very prone to decay because children are not all that adept at keeping their teeth clean. These teeth can abscess just like permanent teeth and can be very painful. ... (17 replies)
... That night, I took the partial out for the first time. I decided I may as well face what I looked like. I hid in the bathroom and locked the door! Owie,.... ... (42 replies)
... every 6 months. BTW Im 48. Well I never payed attention to the seriousness of good oral hygiene and now am paying the price. Over the years Ive had root canals, crowns and have had 4 teeth pulled. ... (0 replies)
... nks for the advice. I know i cant ignore the problem but I am getting a lot of grief about what the dentist whats to do by my father in law he doesnt see why the crowns and root canals have to be done on baby teeth that will fall out in a year or two. By what you said i now see why. ... (11 replies)
... and the only way I could get to see a periodontist before my teeth actually fall out was to go to a private one, so there goes the money I'd got saved up to stop my house looking like a building site. ... (7 replies)
... To update you on my situation, I don't believe I could have asked for a better outcome. The two front teeth that got completely knocked out seem to be doing great. They don't feel loose and the root canals that were performed on them seemed to have done the trick. ... (10 replies)
... Generally, crowns do not hurt. But anytime you cut into a tooth it is like having surgury on that tooth, it can be very traumatizing to the pulp. Sometimes it can take several months for the tooth to feel "normal" after a permanent crown is placed. ... (4 replies)
... seen a number of people much younger than I who are on their way to an edentulous state for this reason, and I feel for them. I could afford the root canals and crowns that kept me out of dentures for so many years. ... (15 replies)
... Are there any dentists out there or anyone that has a similar problem to mine cause I'm really really worried . ... (3 replies)
... and the same on the opposite side at the bottom. All my top 5 front teeth are really badly fitted crowns which fall out constantley and my dentist says theres not much more he can do as his surgery is very basic. all my secondry teeth came through discoloured, weak and rotten! ... (3 replies)
... thought they only saw adults thats why i took her the pediatric dentist, I will let you guys know what the new dentist says as i said I am just worried that she can have an absess and be in pain, I just pray that I find a considerate dentist that will work with us on this. ... (17 replies)
... In 2010, I returned to the practice of the original dentist. He was no longer with the practice, so I saw the partner. The partner was floored when he found out why I waited so long for the restoration, and advised that no crown lengthening, bridging or implantation was actually necessary. ... (2 replies)
... red to any specialists if he can't handle any problems that come up. that's what the restorative dentist did with me. he would send me to whoever handles stuff out of his area. prosthodontists handle bridges and crowns, restorative dentists are similar but it's considered a different area of dentistry. ... (15 replies)
... The endo has a good record for preserving crowns and he thought this one might do okay. I have an amalgam filling on top of it, and some food catches on that so it's causing problems anyway. ... (4 replies)

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