Do NOT crown your teeth! – Must watch before dental work!

What’s up guys this is dr. O from innovative dental and today I want to talk to you about why you should not get crowns on your front teeth Chances are if you’ve gone to your dentist or have been concerned about having your your front teeth addressed from tooth decay or Even just not pleased to the way that they look you may have been advised to get crowns done on your front teeth There’s there’s some reasons why I would encourage a patient not to go down that route most of the time we can avoid that first They’re too aggressive so when you are cutting on a tooth to prepare it for a crown you have to remove almost all of the enamel and this leaves the tooth more susceptible to Fracture more septal to break it also would make the tooth Likely to have more Sensitivity and maybe even need a root canal in the future so when you crown a tooth and you cut all the enamel away It’s definitely more likely to be a problem down the road and you might ask yourself So why in the world do we have to cut all the way around the tooth and? one of the reasons that we do that is for decades we’ve not really had another solution to Making the tooth have some sort of temporary why the lab makes your crown And so we have to put a temporary plastic tooth on top of your existing prep on them basically the tooth that we just cut down and that plastic tooth has to have some sort of shape to hold on to and so that’s why we were taught in dental school to Cut around the tooth to prepare it in a way That would hold the temporary so we’re really treating the tooth based off of our Necessity to put a temporary on it now fast forward right the technologies Come a long way, and now we can actually make the crown while in one visit while you are here And we don’t require a lab to make the the restoration anymore So since we don’t need a lab you can imagine we don’t have to have a temporary and since we don’t need a Temporary we don’t have to shape the tooth the same way There’s a lot of benefits to you for that because that means we only have to treat the portion of the tooth that gives you the cosmetic benefit of changing the shade and the shape of the tooth and Be getting rid of the decay that’s there and so most of the time we can do both of those things with something That’s much less Aggressive crowns are just too aggressive almost always so if your dentist is recommended at crown I would encourage you to maybe ask them Why they feel they feel they need a crown, and if it really comes down to the fact that that you need a temporary Or they need to send it off to a lab, then I’d be I can be concerned with that You got to seek out a dentist that has technology because it’s been around for a while that allows us to Fix the tooth in one visit and save more of your tooth structure avoid all those challenges and problems that are listed earlier about You know tooth pain less your tooth around I mean I think about if you’re like a 35 year old and you’re getting your tooth cut on to put a crown on it that crown Maybe lasts you 20 years, but in 20 years you’re gonna need another crown and when they cut that old one off There’s gonna be even less tooth structure there so each time you’re getting this tooth treatment You’re more likely to have it break hurt and have problems for you down the road so just avoid crowns if you can almost Never need it in dental school We were taught how to prepare teeth for crowns and not for veneers so you’re gonna most of the time run into Dentists that are really trained on crown prep and maybe not on veneer proud and so crowns you’re going to basically take the burr Reduce the tooth about a millimeter on top and cut all the way around Essentially removing all of your enamel now if the tooth is badly damaged then Then maybe this is necessary But the only area that really necessitates or requires us to be that aggressive and remove the enamel all the way around the tooth Would be if you had tooth decay on the backside of the tooth, and I was going to show that to you there I’m a fucking focus So on this model here you can see I’m showing you the backside of teeth very rarely Do you get any sort of decay right where my finger is in this backside of the tooth and? This is the area that Is really important to maintain your natural tooth structure? Here’s why it’s so important So if you look where my fingers are at? You can see all of this this portion of the back of the side of the front teeth And I take this other model, which is the lower jaw and I put it together? One thing you’ll notice is where’d you chew right it’s kind of hard to see maybe on this model But there it is you chew right up against the backside of Those those front teeth and so when you start grinding away to do a traditional crown on the backside of these front teeth you’re going to change that surface now to be something that is going to be a restoration that is chewing against your lower teeth that are natural and That that sounds okay except for the fact that long term this causes your lower teeth to get more wear And it’s also likely to have wear on the backside of your restoration or Chipping or breaking there to the crown over time because the way that the bite connects, so hopefully that makes sense But that’s that’s one reason that’s really the second reason why I would avoid crowns is that it changes the bite surface of Your natural teeth to a prosthetic and it’s really not in an area that that’s not super beneficial for you Maybe even a third reason why you might want to avoid? having a crown done on a front tooth is You’ve heard of you know the reason we would typically do a crown is to make it stronger Help hold a tooth together. That’s had a lot of decay or old restorations, and we would put the crown on top And we put it on top and you have chewing forces like this It’s going the Crown’s gonna actually be giving that tooth Additional strength the fact that that tooth doesn’t have the enamel there anymore is not too damaging considering the forces this way Now if you take a front tooth So you have a tooth in front where you? Your forces really are more of this this type of chewing forces where you go like that and you have a little bit of lateral forces on the front teeth Those lateral forces on teeth that you’ve taken all the enamel away are not very healthy and so I’ve seen a lot of Patients who have had crowns on front teeth and their teeth are severely weakened And they will have the tooth break and I’m wondering if they wouldn’t have broken if we would have been more conservative and Kept the enamel on the backside of their front teeth alright, so hopefully I made it clear why I’m apparently done Just go hang out It’s my dog Baxter you can’t see me over there in the corner Alright, so hopefully I’ve made the case for What are some of the risks or challenges and maybe why you shouldn’t have a crown Done on on your front teeth so then the question is well. I’ve got some problems. I’ve got some tooth decay I’ve got a fracture – yeah, you know cool I’m glad you made me understand why I don’t need a crown, but what am I supposed to do? I believe that most dentists that are really are providing the most conservative care are going to be comfortable doing 3/4 crowns or partial crowns that don’t cut down the backside of the the tooth and They will also be able to do veneers and veneers are just maybe similar to a 3/4 crown Maybe even a little more conservative than that in their prep. These are great ways to Avoid long term challenges or problems with your teeth So I would encourage you to go to a dentist who has the ability to create same-day restorations that’ll be a big benefit to you and Go to a dentist who understands how to prepare teeth for veneers and doesn’t require or recommend Crowns when the backside of the tooth is healthy the the topic of this video came up from just just this last week I had patient come in and Had some concerns with their smile and wanted to improve it and they came to me and they were fairly young and they were Recommended to have I believe it was like 20 crowns performed and prepped on their teeth and they were very young Obviously it’s a big concern to me I advise the patient definitely don’t do that go to a dentist that is going to be able to prepare the teeth much more minimally so you have the best chance of having long-term health there and Here at innovative dental we pride ourselves on that so hopefully this video is helpful. I’m Maya my goal here is to just try to educate and bring some insight into what modern dentistry can do for you and Obviously if you have questions or concerns or things that maybe came up throughout the video, please post them below Otherwise give it a like thumbs up. Smash that thumbs up if you can with your phone and Subscribe to the channel, I’ll be uploading about every week to try to come up with new topics and ideas that might be Beneficial for people to learn about dentistry so otherwise you have a good one we’ll see you next time. What’s up guys This is dr. O and I’m excited to talk to you tonight of not tonight. That’s awesome. See ya I’m not going to be able to get this right with you here I can just tell you that right now. Nah you just tuning me out like it rest the time, huh? That’s true you get tired of me talking yet You ain’t tired of me talking about You tired of me talking Are you tired of me talking? Yeah, bitch ready to go home hang out there kids Yes mascot

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  1. Innovative Dental of Springfield says:

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  2. farhana makeup says:

    i agree

  3. bella Rilley says:

    I get made fun of because one of my teeth you can see every day at school😰😰😪😭😢😩

  4. Thomas Baron says:

    dental work in general has just done more harm to my teeth than good.
    i am missing teeth because of bad dental work

  5. Ken Jones Real Estate Advisor says:

    I have suffered the EXACT SAME FRONT TOOTH DAMAGE from crowns that you've described in this video. I'm now dealing with several broken front teeth as a result of decay created under the crown and repetitive lateral force that caused the crowns to break away taking part of the natural tooth with it. I've also lost 2 of these teeth that were unable to be saved and am facing the probable loss of a 3rd. Unfortunately, my dental issues began when I was about 40 years younger when the technology wasn't as advanced. Thanks so much for the enlightenment, and I hope that others watching this heed your words of caution, because they will regret not doing so when they end up in my situation.


    The Chad Dentist.

  7. myas videos says:

    I got a crown before because my mom gave me one and regreted it i was 5 and 6 and i had to get it pulled out so instead i get fillings

  8. Vigor The Sloth says:

    I love how thus dude doesn't even pause to mention the price of one of these operations lol. that's deterrent enough for me. just pull the whole tooth out at that point lol.

  9. Erin Brown says:

    My dentist is saying my 4 top and 4 bottom front teeth need crowns due to acid erosion from my acid reflux and decay due to my ulcerative colitis. Does what you say apply to me?

  10. Ashley Hernandez says:

    I lived with crowns my whole life since the age five or six. However, throughout the years I loose a crown and grow out a new teeth’s but there was a situation which was when I grew out my new teeth’s my dentist explained that the crowns caused it to grow it in a different directions and I had two teeth’s that were completely sideways but now I have braces and my teeth’s improves thanks to my dentist

  11. Monda Chewon says:

    Dude. Cmon be honest don’t sell veneers as an alternative to crowns. Both are good within the right clinical scenario. I think your just promoting your veneer business. Don’t veneers come off easier than crowns

  12. Alex Zambrana says:

    My tooth came out when inhad a crown

  13. Smokey&TheAbandon 10/4 says:

    Where's ur office located and most likely ur not in my town so can you refer someone in Indiana that has that level of technology? I've already done the damage of getting the crowns, but soon it will be time to replace them, I need to figure out what to do….not to crazy on dental implants, any thoughts?

  14. Brian Duong says:

    your hospital kinda
    looks like an ikea

  15. LChristian Time says:

    Everything he is saying is 100% truth. I just got my crowns. Look beautiful but sucks I lost my teeth

  16. Matthew Castro says:

    What about your back teeth?

  17. WuPiDu says:

    You are very humble. I, we thank you for your honesty! A sub from me to help you out with your channel! Jk I already subbed awhile back lol

  18. Nancy Brandau Nash says:

    I just had my second set of a full crowns, after 20 years. They did end up with decay under them and I had to get them all replaced, as well as 2 extractions. (My dentist does believe in trying to save your teeth) I will say, the pain I am experiencing on the lower half is almost unbearable. My teeth and gums are definitely not as strong as they used to be. I hope this pain ends, and I hope I didn't watch this video 20 years too late :-/

  19. Justin Case says:

    Veneers do not work with every person's jaw bone structure. At least that's what I have been told by my dentist. He recommended six crowns for the front.I've been very hesitant to do this so that is why I am here.I did not know that you could get anything but a full crown. I think my research has just begun! Thanks for the info.

  20. Olivia Johnson says:

    I got my first 4 teeth crowned like 4 years ago and it was the best decision I every made. Facts

  21. Mil Sneler says:

    This guy is just another salesman convincing people that he is the solution to their problems. I am frankly sick of these fake lying people

  22. King Kong says:

    my dentist has a 'wheres wally' on the ceiling, y'all be having TVs

  23. Grogles Gameplay says:

    But in our dentist crown is more expresive and we thought it was better but oops

  24. Katrina Liana says:

    Thank you for this video! I have veneers that are on my four front teeth. I had them since 1993. I have no issues and love them. I just had one implant done recently and the dentist said he wanted to replace all my veneers because of bacteria build. I was not sure about that since I have no issues with cavity or gum issues, not even nerve issues? I like my dentist, but I need to tell him tomorrow at my appt. that I DO not want to change them. I love my smile, I did not go to him to change my front teeth, only one tooth implant. Which has not been done yet because of a receding gum line that he did gum graft on? But the gum is still not taking to the receded area. Anyhow, that was painful and I just want the tooth implant service which is halfway done, only waiting for the post. I was told they wanted to give me a canine tooth implant and this is why they want to do the crowns so they can match the canine on the other side. BUT I never had canine teeth, to begin with? Yes, it looks normal, but I am starting to wonder now? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kat

  25. Straight Talk says:

    I'm sorry but you are the FINEST Doctor I've ever seen 🙌

  26. Susan Kerr says:

    Strange how his hands are white and his arms are brown

  27. Gina2190 says:

    The worst thing to destroy teeth is not sugar , but LYME DISEASE! Spirochette infection ( much like syphilis) is getting common nowadays yet totally overlooked. These Lyme bacteria love living in the mouth ( as well as brain heart and muscle) in 6 years my teeth went from fairly good to broken chipped bone infected and over ! You won’t even know you have Lyme and co infections as the tests are rubbish ! Yep false negatives non stop. If you have £700 spare a German test on live blood is good and more reliable but private only, even then few doctors will know how to treat you , many are too scared to as government seem to treat doctors of Lyme patients very badly.

  28. Emerald74 says:

    I wish I didn’t go that road yes I regret having crown my 6 front tooth 10 years ago when I was only 24 I wish somebody stopped me I didn’t have much information about it back then my stupid ass thought it’s going to last forever and just after 10 years my current dentist told me my teeth underneath is decaying and I am so stressed out .i am 34 years old now God knows how many times I can replace the crown If that’s possible or otherwise I have to do the implant which I was trying to avoid .

  29. Kate Moth says:

    I had my two front teeth crowned 3 years ago (pregnancy caused increased tooth damage and weakness), and when the dentist I went to was adjusting the length, he fractured the crown, and said that it would be fine. Cut to about a year later, biting into a bagel chipped my tooth. When I tried to go back to the same dentist to get it fixed, they want to charge me double what I paid for the original work. I haven’t smiled with my mouth open since then and I haven’t been able to fix it.

    Do you have any tips on what I should explain to or watch out for what they say when I go to a different dentist about this? I feel scammed. Thanks.

  30. Patrick Leroy says:

    I have had a crown on my front tooth since I was 8 years old and I’m 30 now and have never had a problem

  31. Tony Clixby says:

    Tooth veneers

  32. whoisvjm says:

    Background music volume -15%. Otherwise, interesting video 👌🏼

  33. Daniel Price says:

    Hairy animal in a dental office. Sanitary?

  34. Steph Purdiman says:

    I all ready had a crown and got them toke off

  35. red mercury says:

    so what can you do with a crown that looks like crap? dark gums, bulky shaped crown. like if it breaks off, what can you do for it then? would i have to wear a partial for the rest of my life simply because there is nothing else that can be done'?? i have hated this thing since the day i got it. it doesnt look right. and i have noticed that my gums around the crown have changed. i went to another dentist to see if he could do something about the way the bulky tooth looks in my mouth but he couldnt get it out lol. it wouldnt budge! so while the integrity of the tooth remains in tact, aesthetically its ugly. im sorry but it is. just to give you an example, i had to file it down MYSELF when i first got it because it was too long. it was longer than all of my other teeth! now this is something my dentist shouldve had the presence of mind to fix. i was a teenager when i got it for crying out loud. he shouldve known i wouldve been insecure about it. it was obvious that it didnt look right. but its like he just glued the tooth in there and then dusted himself off like it was a job well done. like who cares how it looks. i glued it in there and thats good enough for me. im DONE, NEXT! and to top it all off, i got really painful infection in it when i came home. i heard these crowns are super dirty. and if the dentist is touching them and not washing his hands while he is working on your mouth, theres a good chance youll be wishing you were dead within the next couple days.

  36. Canada Wells says:

    I paid thousands and thousands in crowns then they all failed in 3 years leaving me in a place where I have to get top and bottom partial👎🏻

  37. cmcordoYT says:

    I've had veneers since I was 18. I am 57 now. They were fine until the latest ones done. I've had to go to the dentist (multiple dentists) about 10 times in the last year-and-a-half. This made me want to crown my two front teeth. One of the veneers just popped off again tonight.

  38. dent20111 says:

    Don’t agree with this video at all. Some points are good however you’re really just giving the hard sell for your practice

  39. itzz mika says:

    My mum got a crown but it came out and she swallowed it😂

  40. Metal Kezzl says:

    and even worse bacteria candida its epidemic . vampire fungus ,etc

  41. gaby drg says:

    what about children? can you do a video about front teeth crown in toddlers?

  42. drain Gomez says:

    How bout veneers? Is it better? Thank u

  43. Tedrick Jackson says:


  44. Bridget Nkuna says:

    Ive had mine for 15 years, hardly even remember. Best decision my folks ever made for me.

  45. Mark Rodriguez says:

    I thought this was a movie clip

  46. spokes2k7 says:


  47. Gina2190 says:

    A crewl woman dentist told me 7 years ago my teeth are DIRTY, book in for hygienist , I never ever went back, I was so upset, smokers get stains, now I’m loosing all my teeth, even front ones from infections. Please dentists everywhere be careful how you say something it’s so upsetting and you risk a patient never going back ever and getting a sick mouth and sick body.

  48. Patricia Bookhart says:

    Hi so what do u recommend for multiple missing teeth?

  49. Raju Patel says:

    please give me you email address

  50. lly g says:

    What can I do for a displaced chipped front tooth?

  51. Isabella Rose says:

    I had a root canal and have a fake tooth now with braces

  52. Emily Sosa says:

    It's a good thing I only got crowns on my back teeth

  53. Matthew Deritis says:

    Im in process now of crpwning a front tooth but its to late already have a temp on

  54. Brandi Jonason says:

    Skip the music!

  55. John G says:

    Can dental bridges cause bad breath

  56. sobia naz says:

    Hi I wana ask u can v use veneers on bracesable teeth as a substitute of braces to make smile gud in short time ??

  57. Brian craneman says:

    I’m scheduled to have 6 crowns and 2 bridges on my upper front teeth. A fixed denture on the bottom. They said I need to keep my upper teeth as long as I can. They are in bad shape

  58. Ced Cruz says:

    why are you so hot, doc?

  59. The Taylors says:

    My son is 1 and the dr. wants to put him to sleep and place crowns on his 4 front teeth. How do you feel about that? I’m super stressed and don’t know what to do.

  60. Sarah Basnight says:

    Unfortunately where I am a crown is about $900 and veneers are around $2000, I have pretty good dental insurance but prices are still ridiculous.

  61. Roger Moore says:

    I cant really see how an egg shell is stronger than a crown lol. but for conservative treatment I guess this rocks)
    and what's your dog doing so close to the dental chair dude

  62. Danzwme says:

    He was talking so much I zoned out, did he ever get to the alternative?

  63. jonahdventures says:

    I have root canal on my front tooth, should I get a crown? And I have a filling on the back of my other front tooth.

  64. gio kaka says:

    You're so fine doc… Yum 😋😁

  65. Sam Wheet says:

    Hey Doc, chipped my front tooth today and am being advised to get veneers. I grind at night so they are weakened. Any advice?

  66. joe caterman says:

    sometimes a crown is the best and only option to secure the tooth longterm. Not a fan of composites in certain circumstances that some dentists would suggest them….. oh, "front teeth"!

  67. Crashtest Clay says:

    Super excited to get 5 crowns tomorrow…..watched this video…..😱😱😱

  68. bigbluepinoy says:

    Hi doc I just had tooth extraction on my front teeth and had a flipper on, but told to wait six months to come back? Why so long.

  69. Sophia Macias says:

    Well I got crowns on my front teeth only on the back though

  70. Sexychick954 says:

    I told my dentist that my back tooth 🦷 feels chipped she said it was okay at my cleaning. Today, 4 weeks later it broke… and it’s the weekend and they are closed!!🥺

  71. Kris says:

    What about crowns on your molars?

  72. myowntwist says:

    Hello Dr. O. I live in S.C. near Charlotte N.C. and am having trouble finding a dentist to help me with the same day procedure for an incisor on my top front row, would you know or be able to find any great recommendations? At 32 yrs old I'm finally going into a great job field and I need it fixed asap. Thank you in advance sir I sincerely hope to hear from you.

  73. Casie Marcel says:

    Am I the only one not paying attention to what he is saying? I’m doing more admiring his looking looking self.

  74. Randy S. Lattimer says:

    I had crowns and a bridge in the front area the bridge came of and broke some of the tooth. Now it's going to cost me over 4,000.00 to replace it. Any suggestions for a less expensive way to do this? My email is [email protected]

  75. I'm Watching says:

    Well – Some front teeth are only half. So i need tne crown.

  76. Alisa marie says:

    Idc what anyone says about his looks or what hes selling. This man is sharp, educated and knows his stuff. We need more dentists like him. Respect @Innovativedentalofspringfield for standing your ground on your professional opinion, get em 🐅 #owned #hatersgonnahate

  77. SoberRS says:

    my crowns broke 2x

  78. kelly danckwerts says:

    Getting veneers depends on your teeth. If you are like me and have had large fillings, you cannot put a veneer over a filling and so they will have to shave more of my tooth away. Therefore I'm getting a crown

  79. Grimms says:

    I have a chip tooth and they want me to get a crown but I'm scared to get one because of the stuff you just said on my top right tooth

  80. rhizza cuen says:

    New subscriber, from Philippines ☺️

  81. Avianca G says:

    Damn he is fine

  82. Sunny Tiwari says:

    I have a infection spread on my front two teeth because one of it got broken 10 years back when i fell on ground and the infection is as old as around 10 years and my doctor has recommended me crown what should i fo

  83. Francisco M says:

    Get a decent professional looking shirt next time.

  84. Agent Office says:


  85. bla blah says:

    To suggest that teeth were drilled down more in the past to make sure the temporary crown stayed on is laughable.

  86. Sandy Laster says:

    I have the cavity on the back of one of my front teeth.  I also have roots(?) growing out there.  I have been told for years My 3 different dentists that I needed a root canal but they could not tell me why.  I had no infection and no pain.  I did, however, have a cavity that could be seen through the tooth.  I asked them all to fill it and none of them would.  They kept insisting on a root canal. This went on for over 10 years. I did not have money for that so it never got done.  Within the last 2 years I began seeing a different dentist.   By this time that tooth had chipped.  He said he would attempt to fill it but if he couldn't then I would definitely have to have a root canal.   Thankfully he was able to fill it and repair the chip reasonably well!  I was thrilled.  However, my last visit a week ago, he told  me he sees something in the xray and does recommend the root canal at this time.  We are going to do that soon.  All of this to ask, can that tooth have a veener or must it have a crown since the cavity is in the back?

  87. juliano khoshaba says:

    Shame on all the doctors and dentists who relie on the sick to live a rich life !

  88. MrBLACKpony says:

    A couple of thoughts on this video, the title of this video are misleading and seems a little like clickbait. You cannot be pushing your viewer base to not get crowns every single time, because as you know dentistry is unpredictable. I agree that when the patient has enough HEALTHY tooth structure available then 3/4 crowns are awesome. I know you mention that if the backside of the tooth is healthy in the video or that your main argument is referring to anteriors, but i had to watch the video more than once to catch it because you only mention it subtly, it just feels misleading. I agree if the patient is getting crowns on the anterior for esthetics, veneers are the more conservative route. But if its for disease control veneers most of the time are not a valid option, because they are so conservative and have specific dimensions in order to appear esthetically pleasing. Also, whether you using technology like an E4D or a lab both work fine, there is nothing better or worse going through a lab other than another appointment for convenience sake. You know we do not cut crowns to a specific dimension for the sake of the lab, we cut the crowns for the final crown fit based on years and years of research. Adhesive dentistry has made improvements of this but there are still minimum requirements for the dental materials. ANOTHER HUGE POINT you can't be talking down a crown that last 20 years, you know a crown that last more than 10 year is great work. That is so misleading especially when you give the alternative route of Veneers when you know more often than not that veneers need replacing more than crowns. Just some thoughts for you, I agree with certain points of the video, but the title and some of the absolute statements of crowns seem misleading.

  89. imUSELESS 0.2 says:

    What if the tv on the celing falls off 0_0

  90. christian marshal says:

    That’s the finest dentist I’ve ever seen

  91. TheJellyBabyxxxx says:

    Good information however I had a professor do my cosmetic crowns 12 years ago and it was one of the best decisions I ever made.
    I've known people bitterly regret having veneers as they weren't stable. People were left heartbroken with veneers.

  92. Trixified BLINK says:

    I let my teeth(2 upper front) got crowned on 2012. Why does mine got greenish and darker inside the crown? I always brush my teeth, gargle, and floss.

    Is it replaceable? Or How long or years does crowns need to replace?

  93. Ms. L says:

    If Fixed bridge done. Is it possible to have metal braces?

  94. Dactime says:

    Thank you for taking your time to get this information to a place that can be helpful to many people. I understand your philosophy on crowns when it comes to the front teeth and not wanting to remove the enamel all the way around the tooth, it really makes a lot of sense. How do you feel about putting a crown on another tooth other than the front ones? For example an upper or lower molar? Are the downsides still the same? Thanks again!

  95. theosbass says:

    The title should say “ front teeth “.

  96. oyunadawa lokiyisangkim says:

    OH NO! i already did a crown and he already shaved it down. he pressured me into doing the procedure and had a angry tone and rushed the explanation and plus i was wrong for being 25 minutes late. what should i do now? im waiting on the crown from the lab.
    -i was told to get a crown on this other back lower teeth but never did and he just put a metal wrap around it. so far so good and its been 15 years. thought to do a crowning and tried but never followed through as with life and the timing. glad i did. glad i was told from a 3rd dentist to not do it, because i listened and i would and am not saving a heartache.
    i had a dental pain and 2/3 of my upper back teeth has severe decay where it needed a root canal. did a procedure to help me get out of pain and got a temp fill it. then came back they removed the teeth fill in to do the root canal and the 3rd visit did the crowning. they already did the impression and they already shaved down my teeth. i remembered asking how much are they shaving off and why? said the whatever mm is to match the temp crown over it then the final crown to go over it. asked how long the crown last , said not long and will need maintenance and all crowns do not last a lifetime at all. OMG! idk what to do.
    what would you do if a patient needed a root canal and then had a fill in, do i need a crown?

  97. Jersey Miller says:

    ang gwapo ni doc . Sana sya nalang Dentist ko =)

  98. Juweriya Khan says:

    Thank you so much… 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
    It's really helpful

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    should have watched this video just 2 months earlier…. too late now. got my healthy tooth drilled down for a crown and since then having lots of trouble with sensitivity and pain (8months) went back to dentist multiple times, they checked everything and everything looks good on X-ray and also they looked directly at the tooth, also got second opinion who also said does not look like i need root canal… but still my nerve is not happy… will this ever heal ?

  100. Parul Kushwaha says:

    Crow Nd capping is different or same??

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