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Monolithic cap comes off
What shud I do if monolithic cap came of on Day 1 of fixing and then day 2 of refix. Is it the cap or doctor or me who is more likely to be the reason. What shud be my next steps, besides re fixing by doc for ensuring longevity
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Hello It’s not the cap for sure Height of the tooth might be less or the margins aren’t proper please visit another dentist
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A cap fixed with permanent cement should not come out like that. Consult your dentist again or take a second opinion
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Avoid sticky things like eclairs or chewing gum etc which can pull your crown out
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The crown height must be low. Visit your doctor. He will take care of it. If it repeatedly comes out you need to see another doctor
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Well a lot depends on how much of tooth structure remains u can ask your doc to do a crown lengthening hope it helps
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All 3 can be the reasons for this. Go back to the same doctor to know the reason for the same as this should not happen so often.
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go back to the same doctor.
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it should not come off often.
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