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Is there an alternative to crowns now?

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I got crowns last November, I feel like I made the worst choice by getting it but when I got it I was only thinking about the money which was only $436 rather then $5000 for braces but now I regret the decision. The crowns are on the front two teeth. Is there an alternative to it now? I'm always afraid that its going to become loose and fall out. I know there is no other option but am still asking if there is.


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replied May 27th, 2016
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The further management depends whether or not you have any further dental issues after the procedure. If the crowns are fine as of now, and are not loose or they are not painful, then you need not worry about them.

If you have any issues , consult your dentist for a proper opinion.


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