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Which Dental Option Would You Chose Porcelain Or Gold Crown
New Materials...: With the newer , much stronger materials, such as bruxzir solid zirconia, there is very little chance of it breaking and it is usually warranted by the lab not to. Our lab warrants a bruxzir crown for 7 years. Bruxzir corwns look like natural teeth, so no gold to show. Gold vs tooth colored - i'd choose tooth colored! ...Read more
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
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
When a patient requests their extracted dental materials should the dentist comply to their request? Recently i had a tooth extracted along with a gold crown/an attached bridge, upon requesting that my gold dental work be given to me the dentist denied my
Gold Crown was hurting, went in and they extracted my wisdom tooth, 2 weeks later my crown hurts again and dr. says he needs to clean my teeth first?
Answer-: It's impossible for us over the internet to determine both the cause of the problem and the order of treatment. This is a determination that must be exercised by a knowledgeable dentist with training and experience based upon a clinical exam, x-rays, periodontal probing and other tests. Either trust your dentist's advice or seek another dentist whom you do trust. Ask questions. ...Read more
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 more
Got 2 new gold dental crowns one month ago. Ordered high noble. They are now gray in some spots and look like gold color has worn off. Is this normal?
No: See your dentist and find out what has happened. ...Read more
Had 2 gold crowns placed last bottom right molars. Been a week and jaw is constantly numb and throbbing. Ear pain. Ear infection or dental? Trig n?
Why?: Your gold crown would be considered scrap and you will pay full price for a new porcelain crown. You won't save anything. From a dentist point of view, gold is still the best crown you can put on. It is strong even when it is thin, can't break or chip, and lasts for years with proper care. Unfortunately, the public wants white and there are compromises with those choices. ...Read more
Would there be any value/reason to having a crown with porcelain fused to a gold crown vs. porcelin fused to a high nobel metal crown?
Which type for 4 unit bridge you recommend on back molar teeth #11 to 14. Is it crown- porcelain fused to high noble metal, gold, or pure porcelain.?
Porc - High Noble: I would recommend implants before this long span bridge involving the canine. Is this an option ? Otherwise, the porc - high noble is my recommendation for fit and esthetics. ...Read more
Gold crowns fit well, there is no porcelain
to crack, but are expensive and unaesthetic. ...Read more
Better?: Better is a subjective term. Better in what way? Each has pros and cons. If a any type of crown was universally better, it would be the only one used. Gold crowns cannot break and are softer and kinder to the opposing teeth. Zirconia crowns are strong but are more esthetic. This is a subject best discussed with your dentist who is most familiar with your specific situation. ...Read more
Great, unless front!: Even with a the fancy materials dentists have to chose from to fabricate crowns from, you'll find that many dentists select cast high Nobel gold crowns for themselves when the tooth isn't in the esthetic zone! The answer is that gold wears like natural tooth structure, is kind to the opposing teeth and is very biocompatible. So gold molar crowns are great! Ask ur dentist about front teeth! ...Read more
1. Call your dentist to find out what is causing the pain, what the black lining is and what treatment, if any is needed or :
2. Ask these questions online from dentists who can't see what you are talking about, nor x-rays of that tooth.
3. Do nothing and hope for the best.
My recommendation would be option #1. ...Read more
Very safe!: As a dentist with over 25 years of experience, i'd venture to say millions of gold crowns are sitting there next to amalgam fillings. The vast majority of them (probably 99% or more) exhibit no interaction (significant galvanic current) causing symptoms. There is disagreement among dentists on this topic. Some dentists are very anti-amalgam and very passionate about it. Me? I place amalgams! ...Read more
Gold lasts longer: Gold requires less tooth removal, is soft and forgiving on the opposing teeth, and the margins are less likely to decay. I regularly see nice gold crowns that are older than i am; a zirconia crown will simply not last that long. Zirconia is a fantastic super hard material, but requires a lot of tooth removal. It also is very abrasive once the glaze rubs off; it will wear down your opposing teeth. ...Read more
When i eat i feel an occasional slight pain in my back tooth with gold crown. Is it due to having a 4 or 5 there?
Probably not: I assume the 4-5 you refer to is the pocket depth around the tooth. It is the beginning of periodontal disease (gum disease) and tells me you have some bone loss around the tooth. Unfortunately, gum disease does not hurt and sneaks up on millions of people. I suspect you have a crack in the tooth under the crown. The crack was there before the crown went on, usually from a lg. Silver filling. ...Read more
I did root canal through the gold crown, permenant fillings were done by dr i did not know. Is root canal final sealing same as regular filling?
For durability and strength on back teeth, which crown materials do you use. Yellow or white gold. How many carat gold you should use.. ? 16 or 20 Why
It's not jewelry: Dental gold is highly alloyed with other metals to achieve optimal strength along with other less obvious characteristics. While it has a carat rating that can vary, we don't focus on that parameter like the jewelry market does. Scrap processors have a different focus than do restorative dentists. You might ask a nearby dental lab about material options also. ...Read more
Have grinding habit. For back teeth 11, # 14 which type of gold crowns do you use best. Yellow or white gold. How many carat gold you should use..
Yellow plus NG: Yellow gold crowns are typically made from the relatively harder alloys because they need greater strength and wear resistance. After your final crowns are placed, you will need the nightguard (NG) to protect your teeth and crowns. ...Read more
Can happen: Gold is a thermal conductor and can transfer that to the tooth. If it is an old one, there might be leakage. Speak to your Dentist . Good Luck. ...Read more
No: If your tooth hurts, you may not need to lose it. Root canal therapy, done through the crown, may eliminate the pain and solve the problem. If the tooth is lost, then the existing crown will not be usable since the tooth on which it once fit is not the same shape at the gumline as the implant and thus its fit will be unacceptable. ...Read more
Recently had root canal by endo. Cleaned three different times do to hear sensitivity. Just had gold crown put on and now hurts when chew gum.
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 more
Emax type crown review. Have grinding teeth and cross bite and wondering if Emax crown is good or do i use gold . Which One is appropriate. Thanks.
The dentist 'lost' the gold crown he removed what should I do? Gold crown was removed 6 days ago, 3/8/12 by a dentist who is not my regular dentist. I requested to have the gold portions and was told by the office manger that she would speak to the head
The other panelists are correct... The scrap was yours. It was not worth a fortune, but every dollar counts now adays.
I always ask my patients of they want the scrap... The response 99% of the time is "what ami going to do with it?". It's the 1% that makes me ask every time.
I think a complementary hygiene visit, as suggested, would not be out of order. ...Read more
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