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Abnormal Shape In Tooth
Not exact -: Replacing a natural tooth with a crown is usually undertaken when the natural tooth structure has been altered by decay or trauma. These changes may also result in slight changes in your bite/&/or tooth alignment. Replacing the natural tooth with a properly fitting crown is the most important result, no duplicating the original tooth structure. It should feel natural when finished. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pulled very damaged tooth (not permanent) and a soft, tooth shaped pulp remained. Please help needed?
If I understand: You correctly, you pulled one of your own teeth and there is still material there. Please see a dentist to check this out. ...Read more
How easy is it to redo a crown, i mean, to remove the crown and clean the tooth in order for it to receive a new crown? How do we shape a new crown?
My front tooth didn't grow normal....it grew sideways like a v shape. I'm 26 now what can be done !!!
Is it abnormal to have the front tooth on the roots of it to chip off? (small piece chipped off and looks a bit decayed)
Will a new crown look exactly like my old tooth? I will be getting a crown for the first time on a left rear molar, and was just wanting to know if they try and make the crown as close to the shape of the old tooth as possible.
Depends: Whether the shape of the natural tooth, or its position, is best duplicated, or to be improved upon, for long term function... Also, prosthetic materials don't always look exactly like natural tooth structure, so it may look different but be completely fine in terms of what you need. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Shaped: Not sure what you mean by shaped however in answer to both questions no it will not hurt as your dentist will make sure you are numb. You may feel pressure but you should not feel pain. ...Read more
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