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Permanent Gold Teeth
My son is 6 and is losing milk teeth and gaining permanent teeth. Does it make sense to make a pantomogram to see if all is well? How often?
Do you perform permanent gold teeth? If so where are you located, I just want four of them 22 carot gold
Call Dentost: All Dentists are qualified to do gold crowns. Know that dental gold is not 22 karat, too soft. Speak with a General Dentist or Prosthodontist to discuss treatment choices. ...Read more
What Doctor does the best permanent gold teeth in savannah GA. Please give me feedback on prices and quality, thanks.
Unknown: There are numerous well qualified dentists in your area who can perform the procedures you need. Your best bet is to get referrals from trusted friends, family members, or co-workers. Once you choose the dentist who will be seeing you, then the fees to restore your mouth can be discussed. All the best... ...Read more
Grill: Besides the personal preference of gold in the front, the material itself is not a problem. The problem would be reducing or damaging your teeth and exposure to weakening of tooth structure, leakage and decay and ease of cleaning. Maybe a removable grill would be an option. Put it in when needed and then take out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For patients with grinding habits, are crowns made of gold good option for back teeth 11, # 14
Can you review gold crowns Cons and pros? please.
Good functional opt: Gold is a wonderful material to fabricate a posterior crown , especially for a grinder! The pros are the way it will function & wear against the opposing arch, no risk of breakage and excellent marginal integrity & fit. The major con is the esthetics, but not a big deal on a posterior tooth. Today, Zirconium milled crowns are supposed to offer all the pros of gold, but with esthetics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had bad experience with new bridges break. Can i just get broken bridge out do gold crowns on # 11&14. Then leave teeth 12& 13 space empty. Feedback.
Possible: There are many reasons why a bridge can break. The span from teeth #11 to 14 is relatively long so the bridge will continue to break overtime. For a better long term solution, consider placement of dental implants/crowns at sites #12 and 13 and crowns on teeth #11 and 14. Dental implants is the best option. However, every patient is different. Discuss these options with your dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can you tell me what you suggest if the dentist removes your gold capped teeth, should they be returned to you?
Why not: The old, useless bridgework belongs to you. It is not worth a whole lot of money since it is technically scrap metal, but it is yours to keep if you want. Just ask for it. ...Read more
Which is better for 4 units bridge on teeth # 11 to # 14: a high noble metal in a "yellow gold" color or "silvery gold". ?
Either: Both are ada approved and considered acceptable. However, the high noble will generally last longer. I am assuming that since #11 is involved you will be having it covered in porcelain so from an appearance point of view, either would be fine and close to equal in quality and longevity. The semi-precious or "silvery-gold" should save you money though with the high price of gold. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which could very well be the longer lasting dental cap for back teeth--cerec, porcelin fused to high noble metal or a gold crown?
Two issues here: There are two factors to consider when answering this question: 1-Strength of crown: a gold crown cannot break; any one with a ceramic surface can break although very small percentage. 2- Any tooth with a crown can decay around margins if poor oral hygiene or high sugar or acid intake. Each type of crown has advantages and disadvantages. Speak to your own dentist as to which is best for you. ...Read more
I have a tooth in the front that is decayeing from old gold teeth when i was a teen how much would it cost me too repaire it and pull a wisdom tooth
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