New crown is crooked and feels too high? (Photo)
Doctor Answers 4
Every dentist when making any kind of crown knows that one of the many things we should have in account is occlusion, which is basically how teeth should fit with each other when you bite. With a correct process of doing the crown it should fit perfectly at once when cemented. If for some reason it doesn't fit, it must not be cemented but corrected first and then sent to the dental lab for new finishing and then cemented.
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Douglas Jopling, DDS Dallas, Texas area
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