Temporary Crown Fell Off – What To Do?

The average lifespan of a temporary dental crown is no longer than 2 weeks. Its main objective is to protect a tooth that has recently been reshaped in readiness to get a permanent crownThe temporary cover protects the recipient from the sensitivity associated with...
Crowning Teeth Pain

Crowning Teeth Pain

If you thought a crown could spare you from pain as debilitating as a toothache, you may be surprised. Even though crowning a tooth does fix a lot of problems, if the nerve on the tooth is still alive, it can cause some pain.In this short post, we will review whether...

Crowns VS Veneers

Table of Contents CrownsVeneersMain Difference Between A Crown And A Veneer?Crown and Veneer DifferencesWhich One Is Used When?The Grey AreaThe CostConclusion The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry reports that about 50% of all Americans are unhappy with the look...

How Long Do Crowns Last On Front Teeth

Crowns are tooth-shaped caps placed by a dentist over a tooth to either protect it from further degradation or to enhance its appearance. On average, dental crowns on average will last between 5 and 15 years. However, their life-span will depend on the wear and tear...

Can I Glue My Tooth Crown?

A frequently asked question in the field of dentistry is whether or not a patient can glue their crown back on, in case it falls out. The answer? Yes & no. There are dental glues available that you can get over the counter. So that answers the question whether...