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How much time do dental onlays/crowns normally hurt?

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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
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In brief: See your dentist

Dental onlays/crown pain is usually the consequence of dental crown that does not lay on the tooth properly or it could possibly sit too high.
Nevertheless, sounds like a long time for a crown to still hurt. If you have symptoms that persist for 3 month, you should report them to your dentist for an evaluate and a treatment recommendation. Good luck

In brief: See your dentist

Dental onlays/crown pain is usually the consequence of dental crown that does not lay on the tooth properly or it could possibly sit too high.
Nevertheless, sounds like a long time for a crown to still hurt. If you have symptoms that persist for 3 month, you should report them to your dentist for an evaluate and a treatment recommendation. Good luck
Dr. Paul Grin
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Dr. James Wright
Dentistry

In brief: Depends

Some dentist's have a milling machine in their office and can make it right on the spot.
Sometimes it is sent to a dental laboratory and can take about 2 weeks. It should not hurt as you will be numbed.

In brief: Depends

Some dentist's have a milling machine in their office and can make it right on the spot.
Sometimes it is sent to a dental laboratory and can take about 2 weeks. It should not hurt as you will be numbed.
Dr. James Wright
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