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like a hillybilly) Anyway, I went to the dentist, and he thought that the nerve may be exposed etc, but he would like to X Ray it and build up the tooth. A few weeks later, he did just that. So now my front tooth, isn't so bad but it still shorter than the other one. (BTW. Forgot to say, the X Ray said that the tooth nerve was not damaged so the tooth would not have to come out, PHEW! ) Now, I've had this half a tooth for nearly 6 months I think. And I'm fed up of smiling, because, it ju have had, because they both eventually broke, one by one in different instances. That was about 25 years after I had them put on. They were not reinforced. It was probably the best that my parents could afford at the time. I now have caps that are reinforced inside with steel. They match my other teeth perfectly. I have had accidents in bumping them with hard objects now and then, but no problems with chipping, cracking or breaking. I am sure that they will last me the rest of my life. they cost a little over $500.00 each. There is more information that might be helpful to you in understanding more about this stuff on the following two sites. What are porcelain veneers, dental veneers, and porcelain laminates Porcelain and gold dental crowns ( caps ): What are the advantages and disadvantages of each of these types of dental crowns I'll just tell you the basics then you can answer my questions at the bottom. Round about October last year (2006), i fell and broke half of one of my front teeth, and a tiny bit on the other front tooth (i looked like a hillybilly) Anyway, i went to the dentist, and he thought that the nerve may be exposed etc, but he would like to X Ray it and build up the tooth. A few weeks later, he did just that.

louis vuitton bags for sale st looks, sooo wrong. And people I newly meet always ask about it, and I feel embarrassed. Im 15 now, and I have two baby teeth left,which the dentist said would have to come out before the front tooth was fixed by crowning (I think that's what he said). So does anyone know, how old you have to be to get a crown Is it sore How much is it or is it free from NHS Any other advice Thanks a lot! Sorry I babbbled on for a bit there! A veneer is a good idea, but it is usually expensive ($800 or more a tooth in the US). I don't know if NHS will cover it at all. Your dentist is probably waiting to put the crown on given your age; as we age the bones in our jaw become more solid and less resistant to change. This is why adults have compromised results with certain orthodontic treatments (like expansion). My guess is you will have a more stable result once you are older and your bones are set . I don't know why he wants to wait for your baby teeth to come out, unless they are impacted somewhere or are next to/near the tooth which will have a crown. Can you phone the office and ask for more information Chancy is right, the dentist will have to ground your tooth down to affix the crown, but he would have to rough up the surface of your tooth

louis vuitton bags for sale for a veneer as well. Either way your original tooth with have permanent damage to it. I know exactly where you're coming from in speaking about chipped teeth, what to do about them and how you feel. When I was in 5th grade, while riding my bike in the wintertime I slipped on some ice and fell, chipping out good portions of my upper front, middle two teeth. I'm sure that options of what to do and involving cost were considered between my parents and our dentist. I do remember the dentist saying something about the reasons, because of my age, that he could not put permanent crowns, sometimes also know as caps on my teeth. He ended up putting temporary stainless steal caps on my teeth. They were the color of steel, not teeth. I'm sure you can imagine how I felt. Anyway, I managed living with this for about the next seven years. I think that I was 17 or 18 when I finally had the permanent porcelain caps put on. Both of the teeth had to be ground down in order to accommodate the caps. I don't think that it was that unpleasant of an experience. I felt no pain, other than the usually, little pain that you get from the shots in the gums to deaden pain. The caps looked great! But, I now know that they were not the best caps that I could

louis vuitton bags for sale So now my front tooth, isn't so bad but it still shorter than the other one. (BTW. forgot to say, the X Ray said that the tooth nerve was not damaged so the tooth would not have to come out, PHEW!! ) Now, I've had this half a tooth for nearly 6 months i think. And i'm fed up of smiling, because, it just looks, sooo wrong. And people i newly meet always ask about it, and i feel embarrased. Im 15 now, and i have two baby teeth left,which the dentist said would have to come out before the front tooth was fixed by crowning (i think that's what he said). So does anyone know, how old you have to be to get a crown Is it sore How much is it or is it free from NHS Any other advice Thanks alot! Sorry i babbbled on for a bit there!! Having a go
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