Mounting Crowns On Broken Teeth?
Morning … I’m a 23-year-old woman. A few years ago I put on a dental jacket and then the tooth next to the crowned tooth began to break … Can I put the crown gear again next to the tooth on the crown? Thank you..
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Before that I want to make sure in advance that what is attached to your teeth is a dental crown and not a dental bridge. If what is actually installed is a dental crown, then actually it doesn't matter if the tooth next to it that is damaged is also attached by a dental crown. However, to be able to attach a dental crown, damage to this tooth cannot be too heavy, meaning that the tooth must not be too fragile and must still be strong enough to hold the crown. If the damage is sufficiently severe, implantation is usually required first.
It is a good idea to check with your dentist so that you can evaluate directly on your teeth.
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