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What Happens If A Tooth Decays Inside The Artificial Crown With Time
Maybe tooth loss: When a crown falls off, if it is decayed under it, the decay must be removed. The crown can sometimes be put back in, other times a new one must be made. Sometimes the tooth must be removed. Replacement with an implant supported crown is recommended. This happens less often with new all ceramic crowns, since xrays pass through newer crowns. You cannot see decay under crowns with metal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The crown of a tooth is that part of the tooth on top of the root. The crown of the tooth is the part that is visible in the mouth. A crown restoration is a procedure that restores the crown of a tooth that is damaged by fracture or extensive decay by cementing a replica of the crown over a prepared tooth, and is one of the most common ...Read more
Can I see an endodontist for a consult (vs. periodontist) if a fistula is a result of tooth decay at/ inside the margin of a permanent crown?
How to avoid the tooth from decay under the crown? Is there any procedure to avoid the crowned tooth from future decay?
Careful Hygiene: A crown won't decay, but the tooth that is supporting it can decay as easily as any tooth. You still need to brush and floss the tooth as you would any tooth, and avoid high sugar food and drinks habitually. If you do drink or eat high sugary foods, make sure to rinse with water or ideally brush soon after. A prescription toothpaste with high Fluoride content can help protect the margins also. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am going to replace crown because it chipped but there is no decay in the tooth. I want to know that my tooth will be remove to place new crown?
Typical Progression: Early decay progresses though the tooth. Initially there is no pain. As the decay increases in size, the tooth becomes sensitive to cold & sweets. When the decay approaches the nerve, the nerve becomes inflamed & sensitivity to heat usually indicating irreversible damage requiring RCT. However there are no rules! Some patients only experience pain late in the game, others very sensitive early on. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a decayed tooth. how much tooth structure is needed for a crown only and how much warrants a post and core?
Yes: You can get decay under your crown and the crown may need to be replaced. Because you have had a root canal you would not have pain or sensitivity if there is decay in the crowned tooth so make sure you have regular dental care so any problem can be detected early and be fixable so you do not loose your tooth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am going to replace my crown. I want to know that my tooth structure will again be removed in replacing crown if there is no decay under the crown?
Not much: You did not say why you are replacing your crown, but any decay will be removed as well as any weakened tooth structure. If the tooth structure under your old crown was good then this will just be refined and there will not be a lot of removal of you existing tooth structure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please help me my son's front tooth looks black. What is this? He had baby bottle decay and it was necessary to keep appearance of the front tooth by doing a crown on it. It was done about a month ago. Should I be concerned?
How necessary is a crown after a root canal on an upper central incisor? The tooth is structurally intact, no external damage/decay.
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