Is it normal for my gum to be bleeding a year after a porcelain crown? My crown is discolored, can anything be done? (Photo)
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I'm sorry your crown didn't work out
This is not a difficult procedure. Search your area for a Prosthodontist and have the crown replaced. Most likely the bleeding is due to a less than ideal fit at the margin of the crown, or the previous dentist prepared your tooth too low below the gums. Either way, this can be fixed and you will be happy with the outcome.
Bleeding gums are concerning #DrSoftTouch
I'm sorry to hear that you have not had a good experience up to this point. Bleeding gums are never normal. I would recommend consulting with an experienced cosmetic dentist who can replace your crown with a more esthetically pleasing crown that will match both the shape and shade of the adjacent teeth. I hope this helps. Click "save" under my name, if you'd like to ask me more questions in the future.