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Dental Insurance Benefits, Lost my crown then broke my tooth.

Thursday, Jun. 17th 2010 11:02 AM

I had a root canal done three years ago.  Around two month the crown they put on that tooth came off.  I made an dental appointment for them to put the crown back on but something came up and I did not make the appoint and had to put it off.

My problem is that I think I cracked my tooth when I was eating and now I scared that the dentist may need to pull it or something.  Can the dentist just put the crown back on?  I have dental insurance but if I have to get a new crown then it would be better for me to wait for two more months when my policy term rolls over and I get the full 1500.00 max.  Can I wait that long

Advise plaase not sure what to do.

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Posted on Thursday, Jun. 17th 2010 11:02 AM | by admin | in Crowns, Root Canal | 2 Comments »

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Dental Insurance Benefits, Lost my crown then broke my tooth.

  1. Tracy Says:

    You really need to see your dentist and that way he or she can advise what would be the best thing for you to do. Do not keep putting it off. Doing nothing will only cause more damage to your teeth.

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  2. Benny Says:

    Talk to your dentist. I would wait it out if the dentist can just re-glue your old crown back on for a temporary fix. If you can do that great. Just do not forget to go back for a new crown when your policy term rolls over.

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