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The bridge is rough on the surface

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Posted by: amal  (11 years ago)
I talked with the lab. Supposedly, the final firing coating was done. Well, I have an appointment at the dentist for the 24th. Then we’ll see.
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Posted by: amal  (11 years ago)
Yesterday, I received a new three-member bridge. I’d had a bridge like this before, which sat on top of two implants. Since part of the ceramic broke off and the bridge got loose on its own, I had the ceramic coat done at the same time. I got it back yesterday and noticed that for some reason, the surface of the bridge is really rough. That is, it’s not as smooth as before and/or the other teeth. QUESTION: Is it possible to have it polished after the fact so that the finish is the same as the other teeth? Also, I have some difficulties using dental floss in that spot. When I use it on the anterior tooth, the dental floss gets very rough.
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Posted by: amal  (11 years ago)
Oh, it has to be taken off again? Would it be possible to polish it directly at the dentist’s?
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Posted by: amal  (11 years ago)
Basically, only the top of the bite was cut or adjusted. The roughness is more apparent on the sides, except for the last tooth, which is pretty smooth.
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