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|02-10-2007 04:12 PM|
I went through that with my first crown and ended up getting a sprained tooth. I never knew you could sprain a tooth.
My dentist just took the crown out and filed it down until it fit perfectly.
I hope they can get it fixed for you.
|02-10-2007 03:22 PM|
|Dawn||Oh yuck! I bet it just needs to be filed down a bit. It took me several tries to get both of my crowns to where they felt normal. I still have bad days with this last one and figure I probably really need a root canal ... but well ... that's not in my plans.|
|02-10-2007 11:44 AM|
|melizerd||If there is a problem with the crown he may replace it for nothing if it's his fault. I know when Mike had one of his done it took him about a month to get used to the way it felt in his mouth too.|
|02-10-2007 11:36 AM|
|BeccaSueBoo||I think I'll be calling my dentist Monday...my crown is seated too high or something because I feel like I'm always hitting it, plus my tooth has been aching some during the day. It's not bad enough that I'm taking ibuprofen for it again, but it is annoying. I hope I won't have to have another crown made because I just can't afford that. I shoulda just told him to pull the stupid tooth in the first place|