Low Enamel Due to Acid Reflux - Crowns Needed?
Thank you in advance for your help! Reflux has stripped most of the enamel from my front top 4-6 teeth. These teeth are now smaller in length, thinner @ the base, and have slightly more space between them. Looking closely, the circumferences of these teeth are more translucent while the center is solid. I'm told I need crowns on these teeth, but the thought of shaving them permanently is scary. Are crowns a common/necessary solution to my problem or is it a purely cosmetic suggestion? Thank you!
Are Crowns Necessary for enamel erosion from reflux?
Fixing worn teeth from acid erosion is more complex than crowning them.
Crowns for Acid Reflux Teeth
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