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Will constant wearing and removing of retainer on upper front 4 teeth crown damage them? If yes than what is the solution. (I have gotten the retainers made with the measurements of crowns and my crowns are PFZ)
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Y this que comes in you mind are you facing some problem ? Retainer never create problems as they r customised, according to your size .
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Hi If the retainers are made properly then they will just fit on your teeth without any damages to your crowns as well as natural teeth Suggesting to get checkup done every 6 months
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Hello sir, wearing retainer will not harm your crown and also moniter the retainer with your dentist every 6months because quitting the retainer for some day and starting again may have a effect on your crowns so be proper with your retainer.
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  If your crown Delutes we can easily fix them. But visit your dentist and get your 6months check up done that's important.
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Just be careful with your retainer when you remove them remove it with two hands from the back teeth.
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Hi. Since you have had your retainers made with the measurements of your crowns, it should not do any damage to them. The worst case scenario, which is also rare, is the crowns may dislodge due to the wearing and removing, this can be easily fixed by quickly re-cementing at your dentist.
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make sure you wear and remove your retainer using both hands and with proper technique. Often patients use their tongue pressure or teeth to bite into place which may cause uneven force distribution on the retainer
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