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Pain after crowning
I have completed six unit breeze in my front teeth ...but its not proper in position ...feeling pain ...how to prevent it
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Hi mam.... pain in the bridge is due to so many reasons A bite that is too high When a dental bridge is placed you are essentially adding new teeth to your bite. A bridge consists of two outer crowns that are placed over natural teeth and act as the attachment site. The teeth in between these crowns are the fake teeth that fill in a gap in your smile. Therefore, all the teeth (including the crowns) must be perfectly designed to align with your existing teeth. If the prosthetic teeth do not align perfectly this changes your bite, resulting in jaw pain. These new teeth can also add extra pressure to the opposing teeth which can also cause pain. Cracks in the supporting teeth Sometimes the natural teeth that act as anchors for a bridge can become weakened. This results in tiny cracks in the tooth. Not only can the cracks alone cause pain and sensitivity but it can also allow bacteria to enter the tooth, causing infection. Decay Decay is a complication that can cause dental bridge pain. However, this is usually a complication that arises over a long period of time. Dental bridges usually last anywhere from 10 to 15 years. After this time the cement holding the teeth together can crack. These cracks allow small food particles to enter. Over time, these food particles cause decay and pain. General sensitivity If you have recently had a dental bridge placed and are experiencing some sensitivity, do not worry. This is normal. Even if you experience pain in the gums along with this sensitivity you should not be alarmed. This is simply your mouth and gums getting used to the bridge in your mouth. Most patients experience this kind of dental bridge pain and report the sensitivity to disappear after a few weeks.  
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kindly visit nearby dentist for furthur consultation and management
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Hello visit a dentist the fitting of bridge  can be adjusted
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Hello Visit your dentist and get it adjusted
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Once the bridge is fixed only your dentist can do adjustments. Minimal height adjustments are possible only. If the fit is not okay then you might need to check with your dentist what is the solution
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