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    Has anyone had a crown done on one of they're teeth ?

    Today I was chewing gum and my filling came out with it :-S , then the same evening i was eating and because my filling had fell out a side of my tooth chipped off and now ive only 3/4 of my tooth left....

    The side that fell off was the side cloest to the tongue just above the gum line - now I'm thinking im gonna have to have a crown cus maybe its too big for a filling :-(

    Has anyone had one done and whats the process of them doing it consist of ( i think you have to go 2/3 times ??)

    Bloody teeth *spits*
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    Is the tooth in a noticeable area? Just have it taken out.
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    Oh yeah and last time i went to the dentist the bloody women had to pull a normal perfectly fine tooth out to make space - that was the worst experience of my life --- period !!

    what do y'all think of when to keep you sain when your looking into the dentists light on that bloody moving chair that drill starts reving up ?

    *grumble* :-((
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    I dont want it taking out !! its one of the back ones and theres still 3/4 of it left !

    surely just becus my filling fell out and abit of it chipped off they want remove it ?

    I hope not !!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by CHL)
    what do y'all think of when to keep you sain when your looking into the dentists light on that bloody moving chair that drill starts reving up ?

    *grumble* :-((
    Stop it, you're scaring me. I have to go on thursday; it's the first time in a year. I hate going to the dentist.
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    I've had loads of teeth out before, it isn't that bad.
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    Stop it, you're scaring me. I have to go on thursday; it's the first time in a year. I hate going to the dentist.
    I went today for a 30 second check up and they said i was fine. *Milkmans here* Um, anyway, yeah as i was saying - you'll be fine, don't worry, dentists being evil and painful is a myth.
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    I went today for a 30 second check up and they said i was fine. *Milkmans here* Um, anyway, yeah as i was saying - you'll be fine, don't worry, dentists being evil and painful is a myth.
    I didn't go for 3 years before my last check up. My dentist is a liar, he once told me off for biting his hand

    (sorry didn't mean to hi-jack your thread, back to the topic)
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    I have never had any teeth out, but i will need my wisdom teeth out soon. Not looking forward to that at all
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    I hate the whole atmosphere of the dentists tho just everything even the smell eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh
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    Because when I was 11 I broke my jaw I also broke/shattered some of my back teeth as they clenched to take the impact as I hit the ground, I've got a porcelain (sp) crown on one of my teeth which I had done at the Royal London. Because I've had quite a bit done to my teeth I can't really remember that much. Originally after the accident the tooth was split completely vertically in half, and I was in excrutiating (sp) pain for days because tooth was killing me but the dentist/doctor man insisted on putting a bracket on that tooth (that was horrible seen as the tooth was split right into the nerve bit arg! but he wouldn't listen to me) so that my jaw could be given time to heal so that I wouldn't have to have an op or a metal plate and wires! The front half of the tooth then came out later that day and then i had a coating put on it to protect it. Then months/years later the Royal London put a silver crown on it - which came out so then I had my porcilain crown. This was bloody painful and I also had to have a stitch - in my mouth!
    If I were you I'd go and see my dentist
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    Because when I was 11 I broke my jaw I also broke/shattered some of my back teeth as they clenched to take the impact as I hit the ground, I've got a porcelain (sp) crown on one of my teeth which I had done at the Royal London. Because I've had quite a bit done to my teeth I can't really remember that much. Originally after the accident the tooth was split completely vertically in half, and I was in excrutiating (sp) pain for days because tooth was killing me but the dentist/doctor man insisted on putting a bracket on that tooth (that was horrible seen as the tooth was split right into the nerve bit arg! but he wouldn't listen to me) so that my jaw could be given time to heal so that I wouldn't have to have an op or a metal plate and wires! The front half of the tooth then came out later that day and then i had a coating put on it to protect it. Then months/years later the Royal London put a silver crown on it - which came out so then I had my porcilain crown. This was bloody painful and I also had to have a stitch - in my mouth!
    If I were you I'd go and see my dentist
    Um, wow. That ruins my story of the time a dentist slipped in my mouth and cut my gum.
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    Um, wow. That ruins my story of the time a dentist slipped in my mouth and cut my gum.
    I win

    (btw sorry if I offended you yesterday for saying females were the superior sex )
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    btw sorry if I offended you yesterday for saying females were the superior sex
    No worries, i had a hunch that they were anyway.

    But then again, as i've said before - i'm an honorary girl.
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    (Original post by PadFoot90)
    I have never had any teeth out, but i will need my wisdom teeth out soon. Not looking forward to that at all
    Wisdom teeth aren't that bad, I didn't really notice anything they were doing. But I had slight sedation so I was a bit :rolleyes:

    And I got to keep my tooth! It's got roots and everything!
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    a crown is painful to put in ? i thought it wasnt much different than a normal filling ? :-0
 
 
 
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