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Indented bite of crown

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Posted by: Jimmysing  (8 years ago)
Hello!
Three days ago, I went to the dentist for a pain in tooth #3. He said this tooth needed a root canal and a crown. I also have a gold crown on teeth #30, which was place ten years ago. The dentist wanted to extract this tooth because the bite of the crown was indented. Is it necessary to extract this tooth? This tooth is not giving any problems. I need some advice please. Thanks a lot.
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Dentist
Hello!
Three days ago, I went to the dentist for a pain in tooth #3. He said this tooth needed a root canal and a crown. I also have a gold crown on teeth #30, which was place ten years ago. The dentist wanted to extract this tooth because the bite of the crown was indented. Is it necessary to extract this tooth? This tooth is not giving any problems. I need some advice please. Thanks a lot.


I don't know what you mean when you say, "The bite is indented." It is always better to save teeth when possible.
Posted 8 years ago
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