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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BS in Biology, Eastern Washington University
Dental: DDS, University of Washington School of Dentistry
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Orthodontics would probably be the best solution for you to close the gaps as much as possible considering your bite and tooth size. Bonding may then... READ MORE
Removed my old crown. After getting my upper front tooth capped my lower teeth touches the back of crown. Suggestion? (photo)
The first thing is to have the dentist adjust the bite so that it does not touch. If this doesn't thin the crown too much, it might be fine as is.... READ MORE
There is no good way to treat this case except orthodontics. Because of the missing tooth and shift of teeth, it is too far off for bonding,etc. I... READ MORE
Previous root canal tooth broke in half and now in the front. I'm so scared they won't be able to crown it (Photo)
It is difficult to say definitively from the photo wothout an xray, but it would appear that the tooth would need to be extracted and an implant... READ MORE
I would agree that the crown does not look very good and it may also be quite thin in spots as a lot of grinding was done.It should be redone, but the... READ MORE
I am very unhappy with the shape and size of the permanent crown I got today. Is it bad to redo the crown?
No, it is not bad to redo a crown as long as it is done carefully. In fact, it seems in this case that it would be the best option for you since you... READ MORE
At 13 ,she is too young for implants and she really does need orthodontics to position the teeth and correct her narrow arch,etc. I would get one or... READ MORE
Crowns can not be whitened. On the other hand, they do not darken or stain. Perhaps this is surface stain that can be polished off. If the... READ MORE
You don't give enough information to be able to answer your question fully. If you are female, you are probably old enough, but if you are a... READ MORE
It is likely that the nerve was damaged at some point in your life and the tooth did lay down more dentin or calcified. Your dentist should be able to... READ MORE
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