How do I know when I need to get a new crown on my tooth?
How does a dentist go about crowning a tooth?
Is a bad taste when biting an indication of tooth decay?
What can be done about dog tooth decay?
What causes tooth decay?
What could be the cause of pain associated with a tooth that has a crown?
What is the best way to deal with tooth decay and yellow teeth in a baby?
The crown has to be removed by a dentist and depending on where the tooth decay is and how bad it is will determine what needs to be done next.
Besides the obvious of brushing and flossing your teeth daily, I would say you should definitely go to the dentist. The crown might need to be replaced.
The crown needs to be removed and the underlying tooth must be assessed for integrity. The tooth may require a filling, root canal, or even to be removed.
If their is a tooth decay first you have to do root canal treatment then they fix the crown for the teeth such that the other teeths are protected..
If new cavity on the side or outside formed, you need a deeper crown or root canal. If the dentist did not get all the original decay, sue.
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