Dentists in London are often faced with patients asking for their crowns to be rebonded. Usually they have been done poorly, or so long ago and the longevity of the crown and the underlying tooth can be unlikely. Other problems can be that patients are not aware of the importance of keeping the gums clean around the crown and this again effects the lifespan of the crown itself.
If you have a crown or several crowns which keep coming off, visit your dentist and ask them to assess why this keeps happening. Is it that the bite is not correct causing it to get too much pressure? Or is the root damaged and not as strong as it should be to support the crown, crowns or dental bridge.
If after an assessment the underlying tooth and root need to be removed because they are hopeless, you may be advised that it needs to be extracted, meaning there is nothing to support the crown.
However, this does not mean you have to be left with a gap. Dental implants in London are becoming ore and more popular as a long term permanent solution for missing teeth. The implant acts as a new tooth root and integrates with your jaw bone so is veery strong. Then a crown is attached to it. The procedure is very comfortable, painfree and the results are that you will have a strong functional great looking tooth for the long term.
To find out how dental implants could be right for you, call for a free consultation. The Kensington Clinic 0207 603 3008