From the Texas Oral Health Coalition, Inc.


Fillings, Crowns, & Root Canals Video
fillings, crowns, and root canals video
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"A History of Dental Crowns"
A history of dental crowns
"Visual Guide to Wisdom Teeth"
wisdom teeth
Root Canal Treatment
root canals
Dental Crowns
dental crowns
  • "A dental crown is a cap which sits over a tooth or an implant to completely cover it."
  • A crown can restore a broken tooth's size and shape.
  • You may need a crown after a root canal to help prevent future tooth breakage
  • "Teeth with very large fillings often require a crown. The crown helps hold the tooth together and to provide strength to the weakened tooth."
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Symptoms You May Need a Root Canal?
  • Severe toothache and pain when chewing or biting
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold, which remains after the hot or cold has been removed
  • Darkening of the tooth, sore gums and swelling
  • If decay or a filling is very deep and goes all the down to the nerve
  • Bone loss around the root of the tooth
  • If you have these symptoms see your dentist as soon as possible.root canals
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Post and Core Tooth Restorations Video
tooth restoration video





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