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My crown has fallen down today, what should I do now?

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Posted by: Bhaskar  (8 years ago)
I had my root root canal treatment two years back.It was crowned perfectly. I was not having any problems till now but suddenly my crown has fallen down. I just refitted it.
Could you please suggest me what should I do now?
Note: I am not getting any pain.
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I had my root root canal treatment two years back.It was crowned perfectly. I was not having any problems till now but suddenly my crown has fallen down. I just refitted it.
Could you please suggest me what should I do now?
Note: I am not getting any pain.[/quot

You should do what is obvious: have a licensed dentist recement the crown. This is necessary whether you have any pain or not.
Posted 8 years ago
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Posted by: Serendipity14  (8 years ago)
You should go to your dentist right away to have the crown checked. I read an article in the TID website that said the crown may still be successfully re-attached, provided that the crown is still intact and was kept clean - and if the trip to the dentist is made in the shortest period of time possible. I hope you get that issue solved!
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Hi, I am Dr. Uman , if the crown has perfect occlusion (fitting in mouth) then visit your dentist it can be recemented. Do not try to fix it by your self it may be dangerous. Visit to dentist is highly recommended.
Posted 8 years ago
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