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Post Lava Crown: Black Line Still Present?
I got three old PMF crowns (molars) replaced with three Lava crowns just recently. I am wondering why there is still some kind of darkness in between the three crowns and a black line on the back of the crowns (just where the visible black line of the PMF´s from the metal used to be).
These new ones are real Lava crowns and metal free so I thought there should no black line be visible even on the back of the tooth. Also why are the spaces in between these three teeth a little darker?
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