If you have broken a tooth or you had a large cavity in a tooth, chances are that you have had a dental crown placed on that tooth to restore it. In time though, like anything else, crowns can wear out. How will you know when it is time to replace your old dental crown with a new one? Visit your dentist regularly so your crowns can be examined to see if they need to be replaced.
Your dentist will likely want to replace your dental crown for the following reasons:
Do you have any crowns in your mouth? Have you had them for a long time? Visit your dentist, who will gladly tell you what the condition of your teeth are as well as letting you know if any restorations are in need of replacement.
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Springhurst Hills Dentistry
10494 Westport Rd Suite 107
Louisville, KY 40241
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