What To Do If Your Crown Comes Off
- Posted on: Oct 11 2019
Dental crowns are restorations cemented over a tooth. They are held in place with a strong adhesive, but on occasion they can come off, especially after a number of years have gone by. Here are some tips from name of practice if this should happen to you.
Here’s what to do:
- Find the crown if you can. You might be able to put it back in place. If you do, clean it first. You can reapply it with dental cement, which is available in most drug stores.
- Give us a call to schedule an appointment. We’ll fit you in as soon as possible to repair or replace your crown. In the meantime, if it’s sensitive, put a little clove oil on the tooth. Use a cotton swab. Clove oil, too, is often in drugstores or in the spice aisle of a supermarket.
It’s important that you don’t wait too long to see us. What remains of your tooth isn’t very strong without the crown over it.
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