No, a dentist shouldn't be cutting into the bone to put a crown on. You may have misunderstood what they were doing. If you are unsure of what was done ask that it be explained better to you. It may make more sense then. Or you may find out there was a mistake made and then you'll be able to decide what to do next.
go to the dentist
go to a dentist
There are many treatments used for a cracked tooth. Examples of treatments used for a cracked tooth include extraction of the teeth, crown restoration, and endodontic treatments.
it could, the root canal treatment may have failed. ________________________________ Yes, this is possible and it sounds as though the tooth is infected or cracked. You should consult with your dentist. -Thornhill Dentist www.bcdentalcare.ca
General practice dentists can restore a tooth with a crown. A specialist is not needed unless there are extraordinary circumstances.
Give him/her a call and tell them so you can get it fixed
No. They can reuse the gold, but it must be shaped to fit the tooth.
See a Dentist or Oral Surgeon as soon as possible and expect work to be done on your teeth.
If a chunk of your front tooth falls out, you need to go to a dentist. You should check into various options including a crown or implant.
When you visit a dentist for your crown or bridge, your dentist will "prepare" - remove your old crown, remove cavities of your tooth, etc. Then your dentist will take an impression of your "prepared" tooth and send it to a dental lab. The dental lab will then make your crown or bridge to replace your "prepared" tooth. Depending on the lab, your crown can be very good or not so good. When your dental crown crackles it is because of your crown is not prepared well. For more information about Dental crown visit www.identallab.com
To get rid of your toothache, it would be best to visit a dentist and have the tooth pulled. Otherwise, you will keep having problems with it.
well.. it depends.. if the crack was in the crown.. then a prep is done then a fixed crown is placed.. but if the crack extended to the root.. then the tooth will be indecated for extraction.
You can go to the dentist and have them fill in the crack or file the crack down.
I had the same problem recently with an upper molar and I went to the dentist. I had to have it pulled. I recommend going to the dentist as soon as possible. I was fine with the cracked tooth for a while but later I got extreme nerve pain. I recommend going to the dentist to have him see if it can be saved, or if they have to pull it as soon as possible. Hope everything works out for you :-)
NO, The dentist will remove nearly all of the tooth and leave a little peg of tooth around the nerve. The crown will then be fitted onto the peg that is left. This means that you will have all the feeling within the crown that you would have had with your real tooth.
If the tooth has decay diagnosed by a dentist, a sealant is not recommended. A cavity needs to be treated with a filling or a crown. Ask your dentist. Sealants should only be placed on teeth that are cavity-free.
I would probably say: Mr. (your dentist's name here), this crown really does not resemble or fit like my original tooth, and i know you insist it is, but can you please double check? If it is my tooth, please explain to me why it does not resemble or fit like my original tooth.
You should definitely visit a dentist if you suffer a tooth abscess. A tooth abscess can point to a more serious underlying problem if not treated quickly and properly.
You will need to go to the dentist asap!! Get sum antibotics and he will refer you to a specialist endo doctor
it is most likely the tooth had a small crack in it anyway. the tooth was alittle"high"from the new filling and the extra pressure from biting on it, cracked the tooth. usually after a new filling, you should go back to have the filling polished which strengthens the filling and adjusts the bite.
Dental cements are only sold to dentists. Dental cements have no adhesive properties, meaning that it is not glue. Dental cements are used to sabilize a crown or other restoration on a prepared tooth, not to "glue" them in. If you have cracked or chipped your tooth, it is best to see a dentist. There is a high probability of infection once the tooth has been damaged
they should because ur teeth turn yellow but i dont know about caps they probably know i smoke it
It depends on Dentist to Dentist and place to place. In USA it varies between $3000 to $4500 including the cost of crown.
Go to a dentist.