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Dental Crown Removal
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Crown removal refers to the removal of both provisional and permanently cemented crowns. Provisionally cemented crowns can be removed easily without causing any collateral damage by using special crown removal pliers. Definite cemented crowns are usually destroyed during the removal process, since the crown is cut open at one place with a diamond driller and then, e.g. stretched with a turning tool. Have no fear; the removal of a dental crown of definite cemented crowns from a tooth stump is no big deal. Risks associated with crown removal are negligible if performed by an experienced dentist. Most of these complications can be avoided by using magnifying glasses while working! Do you want to see how this dental procedure is done and what complications may arise along the way? Just watch the video above.
Produced: 06/2011
zoolander1
I've had a crown removed once and the dentist damaged the tooth next to it so badly, I had to get additional treatment.
Posted: 2 years ago
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