ABOUT YOUR TEMPORARY CROWN
After most dental procedures, you will receive a temporary dental crown replacement.
A temporary crown must be kept in place until the permanent crown can be set to protect the exposed tooth below.
CARING FOR YOUR TEMPORARY CROWN
TEMPORARY CROWN BENEFITS
*Temporary crowns are not durable. They are made to softly cover the tooth area underneath and easily removable to cause no damage or pain. Taking care to keep the temporary from breaking or falling out is important and relevant.
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