Do NOT Crown Your Tooth! – Partial Crown (Cosmetic Dentistry)

Do NOT Crown Your Tooth! – Partial Crown (Cosmetic Dentistry)


– What’s up guys this is Dr.
O from Innovative Dental. Great to see your smiling face. You look good, did you know that? Today we’re gonna discuss a topic that will literally and
figuratively save your teeth. We’re gonna use two clinical examples to compare a partial crown
versus a full coverage crown, and how the partial
crown, in many instances, may save a ton of your tooth structure and be much more conservative. My goal by the end of this video is that you would leave more informed with the ability to better
seek out the right dentist, seek out the right care, and understand what the best in modern dentistry and cosmetic
dentistry has to offer you. If it’s your first time to
the channel, then welcome. Glad to see ya. This channel is about helping
people attain their best smile by understanding and knowing what’s available with
modern cosmetic dentistry, and that’s what our focus is. If that’s something
that’s interesting to you, then please consider subscribing. If you’re a regular subscriber, thanks so much for your support. The channel’s growing,
you’re doing you’re job. Way to go. Let’s dive right in. Chances are you either have a crown or you’ve been told that
maybe you need to get a crown. Maybe that’s why you clicked on this video is you wanted to learn more ’cause you’ve been told you have a crown. Well good, stick around, this
is gonna be helpful for you. Maybe another reason is you were just curious
what a partial crown is, and I’m gonna help us all understand that. Partial crowns also are sometimes called inlays and onlays or three-quarter crowns, is they’re basically any sort of restoration
made outside of the mouth that’s bonded to the
tooth, that doesn’t require grinding all of the tooth
structure down to the gumline, which is a traditional
full coverage crown. Let’s get into the clinical examples. As you can see, this
first tooth is broken, has some fractures, has some large metal amount of fillings, and because of that there’s also some decay underneath there. So we’re gonna need to
obviously clean that tooth up and give it a partial crown. You can see here is the
preparation of that tooth. See how much enamel is being left behind? And that is the beauty of a partial crown, we get to leave a ton of
natural tooth structure. Now that the tooth is all cleaned up, there’s no more fracture, no more decay, it’s time to use this
amazing machine right here called a CEREC machine. It has this really cool
3-D intra-oral camera that will create that
three dimensional model, allow us to design that partial crown, and then send it to a milling machine to be made right here in the office. Let’s go ahead and watch how we do that. Here you’ll see us imaging the upper arch and getting the model created after we’ve cleaned up that tooth. Here you can see us imaging the lower arch and designing the lower model, that way we can use a bite now to image a patient’s biting
all the way together, so that way we can make the
crowns work perfectly together when we have them bite. Now the computer will process the model, put those two arches together, and now we can design this partial crown. We’ll organize that arch
correctly within the software so it understands position. And then we do this
step called Margination. Margination tell the software where the partial crown begins
and where the tooth begins, so that way it understands the difference. After we’ve marginated,
or told the software that, then we need to tell it which angle that partial crown is gonna fit, and then it will design that for us. So you can see right here it’s gonna give us what’s
called an initial proposal. After an initial proposal
we’re able to fine tune that, create it exactly the way we want it. This is really one of the great benefits that when it comes to
designing restorations with this software and technology, is the dentist has total
control over the end result. And when you take an impression
and send it to a lab, the lab technician does. Here you can see we’re getting ready to
mill it in the office, out of that block of porcelain and here is a video of us
milling that in our office. You can see we have milling machines there that can cut that out. There’s the final and
completed partial crown. And here’s the nicest image here, where you can really compare
the before, during, the after, and how we were able to
piece together it all to make a very nice restoration
by saving a ton of enamel, and that’s really what the
partial crown is all about. Now that we know what a partial crown
looks like and bonded in, let’s compare that with
a full coverage crown. Same process, but let’s
see what it looks like as we fix a tooth with
a full coverage crown because of all the
damage that we see there. So you can see the large
decay, the large amalgam, lots of cracks and decay visible there when you look at that tooth, we treatment plan a full crown. There’s after everything’s
cleaned up, right? Not a ton of tooth left. Then we have to do
what’s called a build-up. That is where we add in material
to help reshape the tooth, fix the void where that cavity was, and then now we’re gonna go back into designing this in the software. In this particular case we were doing an upper and lower crown, but here is us imaging the upper arch and making a 3-D model of that arch, and then you’ll notice here we do the same for the lower arch. We’re creating a 3-D
model there, imaging that. After that’s all done, we create a bite, that way we can put the two together. And then finally the software is going to make
that model happen for us. Obviously it would be awesome if it happened this quick, right? But there’s the model. There’s this margination
telling the software, hey here’s where we wanna
build those crowns to, that way they fit perfectly. Then here’s the customization and design, that way the dentist and team have full control over contacts, make sure the floss snaps correctly, make sure everything fits awesome, and then we’ll go ahead and have the upper arch
one designed as well. There you’ll see that. And then the final step is going to be fine tuning the way they fit and space and bite, and then submitting that
to our milling machine to have those milled. As you can see here, we send
it to our milling machine and that milling machine
will mill that out in roughly ten minutes. So that’s a pretty amazingly fast process when you’re talking about ten minutes to create a restoration. Then we have that restoration
polished and glazed and bonded onto the tooth. There you can see it fully
completed and bonded in. That is that patient’s brand new tooth. There we could see we fixed
up some of those amalgams. But we did that all in one visit. Start, during, and then after, you can compare all three of those images and see how that tooth was
restored to proper bite. I know that I took a lot of time to obviously put this together
’cause my heart is really that I wanna help people
understand what they’re getting when they’re going to the
dentist, and get the best. Hopefully comparing a partial
crown to a full coverage crown is pretty clear in this video, and you understand that there
is some benefits sometimes, partial crowns can be done. No not all the time, so I know
that’s a lot of questions. People are gonna be like “Well
I wanna get a partial crown.” Well go to a dentist that offers them. That’s really what you’re gonna be able to help save yourself on. If you’re going to a dentist
that only has a hammer, guess what, everything’s a nail. And there’s a huge benefit to
going to a dentist who has, I mean one thing is this
technology right here makes it a whole lot easier to do this in office in a single visit. One of the reasons why a dentist may not offer partial crowns,
inlays and onlays, is because of the process of
doing this in a multiple step, multiple visit type of treatment. When you can do it in one
visit with this technology, now we can open the door to
being much more conservative, much more healthy. And really, I like to use this phrase, “Treating the disease, not the organ.” So we’re gonna treat the
tooth decay, not the tooth. And so many times we cut too
much tooth structure away because it’s the way that we had to do it and enter this technology
making it a ton easier for us to do something more
conservative for our patients. Hopefully that makes sense. If this video was helpful,
please give it a thumbs up. Subscribe to the channel if you wanna learn more about
modern day cosmetic dentistry. My hopes is that I can help
as many people as I can make an informed decision when it comes to choosing a dentist and then getting the best care. And you know what, if you’re goin’, “Man I’d love to come see you,” well guess what, we
got you covered, right? We have a ability to get
you to Innovative Dental, we’re in Springfield, Missouri. We have people fly in and we can take care of
you here in a single visit, and send you back home smilin’. If that’s something you’re interested in, give us a call at 417-889-4746. You can go to idspringfield.com and kinda connect with us there. Otherwise, you guys have an awesome day. You keep smilin’. It looks great on ya.

100 Comments

  • liz martinez says:

    There recommending a crown in my front teeth I have a root canal in that teeth, what will you recommend?????

  • gene teho says:

    What materials do you use for crowns?

  • Gustavo Ortegon says:

    Dr. O great channel and info. As a former dentist too I will love for you to make an informative vid on those insta-smile plastic arches that ppl tend to look into to get a smile makeover for cheap.
    Have a great Memorial Day and keep on with this, Awesome!!!

  • Bowen Ressler says:

    Hey, I'm a dental assistant and am applying to dental school this cycle. Love the videos. I was wondering if you could do a Dental Drive video about MI Paste. I have a few incipient lesions I'm trying to remineralize using prevident and periodic topical fluoride application. Its hard to find consistent information about MI Paste and I'd love to hear your opinions. Keep up the amazing content. Thanks!

  • gerald barry says:

    Hey man, I have watched most of your videos regarding the crowns.
    So I had a close tooth gaps. So I went to the dentist near by. So she suggested me the zincoria stuff. Am not sure. So she said that's the best and fasted process. So what so u say? Should I go for it???

  • Nastya Lebedeva says:

    All the videos ion your channel are very interesting! I am not a dentist but still enjoy watching it.

  • Nastya Lebedeva says:

    Hello Dr. O. Some dentists say that by now 3d scanning does not provide as good and precise result as traditional casting. I wander what do you think about traditional impression taking in comparison to 3d scanning?

  • Hector Godinez says:

    Hi Dr. Olsen..I have been watching your videos for about two weeks. I wanted to ask you how is possible get implants the same day. Don't you have wait six months for the whole implant process? I have #8 and 9 that are probably going to need implants. The teeth are two small to hold the crowns anymore.

  • Brenda Gutierrez says:

    Hi Dr. O, I've been watching your videos, and they are very informative! I'm a 20 year old college student, and I've been recommended to get implants for tooth #19 and #30. Am I too young for implants? I'm scared about the process and recovery.
    #19 currently does not have a crown (my crown fell out in December), and there's is not enough bone structure for crown lengthening to save the tooth. #30 currently has a crown with a cast post, but there is bone loss occurring and an infection. I've seen a periodontist and endodontist, and they both said eventually I'll need implants.

  • J Harting says:

    Thats cool

  • Wisam Al-Samaan says:

    Hi Dr. Olsen,
    Could you please talk about whiting? What options are available and which one is the most effective?
    Thanks

  • blubonnet11 says:

    i think you are honest. ive had 5 cerics. (2 onlays & 3 inlays). 2 different dentists. all 5 have failed. 3 broken teeth for inlays and 2 lifted onlays. all molars. not a fan. I am not a night grinder nor do not chew ice, as they have all decided I do. The only thing that works for me is gold crowns as the ceramic over metal fails 2 out of 3 times in my experience. (ive had 1 crown replaced 3 times) i currently have 15 crowns in my mouth. i so want to have them all extracted and implants put in but obviously 50K is a little out of my budget. I have zero tartar and plaque, as my oral hygiene is immaculate and I visit my dentist and periodontist every 3 months. mt gums do bleed during cleaning but I am on a blood thinner. not being your patient, what would you suggest?

  • CNder77 says:

    This video was very helpful, now I know the difference. I learn so much from you, thank you for sharing all these videos

  • VerdantPictures says:

    Hey doctor, I have two veneers for my upper 2 front teeth. They constantly seem to be popping off. The longest I've had to last without them pooping off was 2 years, but after constant rebonding they last at most 2 months now. Would getting crowns make it last longer without them popping off? I have an overbite and clench my teeth at night, however I wear a night guard, but they always fall off when I wake up when I remove the night guard. Thank you

  • Latdavane Khongmany says:

    Hello Dr. O
    I have a friend who said her dentist cannot save one of her front teeth. If crowns are not recommended on the front teeth and veneer is impossible because there won’t be a tooth to hold. Is implant the other option?

  • Michael Matatov says:

    One of the most valuable things in life, is time! I'd like to sincerely thank you, for your time and outstanding energy that you've put into making this video. I, myself, am in the journey of becoming an esthetic dentist and your contribution just continuously inspires me! I want you to know that you're very important and we appreciate you tremendously.

  • Ben Warner says:

    Hey Doc, I need two root canals on both sides (second molars of upper jaw) I have a lot of tooth structure left (both of the teeth broke) however I thought I had to get 2 full crowns due to the possibility of the natural tooth becoming brittle after the canal treatment is done. Is this still "ball park" correct? or should I be seeking some information on Partial crowns instead?

  • Jessica Hernaiz says:

    Whats the best advice to give me.. Because 4 front top teeth of mine have cavities, atleast thats what i was told, i do not feel them ..or see them. Except for behind my two fron teeth, a large hole is going to form and eventually it'll be visible in the front. Ok so they tell me they cannot fill any of these in the front, they're telling me that these cavities are too close to the root and they'll be risking it. What the hell. If it hasnt touched the root yet, then root canals can still be avoided correct? They know my healtb insurance covers those front fillings and not root canals lol are they trying to pocket my money. I do not want to lose my smile.

  • ziagos ortiz says:

    Dr. Olsen, I went to a dentist to have a new 4 tooth crown replaced, I had that crown for 36 years, it took him a long long time to take it off, he hit it with a tool shook it back and forth, i felt so much pain i thought my tooth was going to come out, when the bridge finally came out the trumer caused my tooth to be loose. he put the bridge on anyway i was not too happy, now i am having problems, infections bleeding, he now wants to replace the loose tooth with an implant and the other tooth that is holding the crown that is not loose with an implant, why the other tooth, i spent so much money and now i must spend more, i wish you were in ny

  • Virat Parmar says:

    My front tooth has broken half due to an accident but I didn't take treatment. After some years my tooth colour was changed. It was dark and like blankness. Sir 3 days ago i went to meet a dentist for my tooth treatment and i told him all about it. I have not pain problem in tooth only colour changed problem. Sir dentist told me that he would do root canal treatment for tooth infection then capping it by crown. Sir please advise me, i want a better smile. Can i send my half broken tooth picture. Please reply 🙏

  • BREATH CHANGE says:

    Thanks for your precious suggestions.

  • carin777 says:

    Hi Dr. Olsen, I had a root canal done over 30 years in Germany in one of my front tooth, which broke off without pain and force just by normal eating and I also swallow it. That happen on Saturday Evening and next Monday went to a new Dentist after moving to SC 6 weeks ago and he made me a temporary with sending me after that for a consultation to an Endo. for a second root canal. I am just wondering if this is normal to have done since I had before the same happen to a different tooth with a previous root canal and a second root canal was not needed when that tooth broke off without pain and force for to have a crown done. This Endo Doc told me if he has problems to get the root canal cleaned out he might have to do gum surgery to get it done which I really don’t like to have done. I like to know if this is normal what I have to get done now.
    Thank you, Karin

  • Alexander V says:

    Nice one. Think You could do a clip about chosing color of porcelain restorations?

  • Keedy Vlogs says:

    Great information. 😃😃

  • Edivette Sanchez says:

    Is it really necessary to get a crown after a root canal ?

  • D G says:

    darn I wish you weren't so far away. you seem like an amazing dentist.

  • Oliver Evans says:

    What would you do for a peg lateral

  • Oliver Evans says:

    Great videos, would love you as my dentist but I’m in the uk, why would you rather do a veneer for a peg lateral rather than a crown, my dentist has only ever mentioned a crown, but I like the idea of a veneer

  • __ __ says:

    Very cool

  • rebazi islam says:

    hi dr. im travelling to antalya for dental center turkey. to do all my teeth crowns. please can u tell me if it is bad for my teeth or will i regret it? sorry my english is not good. that is why i cant understan on the video. tell me in comment and i will translate it for my self. please tell me every thing about them bad or good. please please?

  • Nei Varg says:

    Thank you doctor !

  • MsPeachesG says:

    Would you recommend a crown for a odd shaped lateral incisor?

  • Oliver Smith says:

    I need a crown it's going be 525

  • ItsLayla andAlexGaming says:

    I’ve had my crowns for years

  • Teq says:

    I’m going in the Air Force and I’m gonna use the Tricare dental insurance. Do you think the Air Force dentists will be able to fix my decayed teeth? And if I have to get crowns can I still get braces with those crowns? Will it hold up to it? I have bad genetics where I don’t really have a lot of enamel.

  • Pinky Dewangan says:

    For diastema which is better..crowns or braces.?

  • nikita vishist says:

    Hello dr.my two teeth is missing due to cavity. No last neighbour tooth , which is best for me bridge or implant?best dentist in india?

  • Sandra Sudlow says:

    Thank you I have learned a lot about crowning

  • Bryan Encallado says:

    Doc opinion about fix bridge?

  • M. A. says:

    I wish I had come across this video a more than year ago before I went on to that swindlers from Praga Medica Dentistry and let them killed my teeth (((

  • JLad JLad says:

    I chipped a front tooth in half and just had root canal do I need a full crown?

  • ll Katrina ll says:

    What about the crown silver thing left over

  • Andreea Claudia Nistor says:

    My teeth have always been weak and this caused them to easily decay. I have fillings for my upper front teeth. Because so much of the tooth is missing I have considered getting crowns. Can you please offer any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Daniela Guzmán says:

    Hello I have a crown on a tooth and it's getting loose, it also hurts when I eat. What should I do?

  • Tina Genovesi says:

    Can you tell me what and why of pulp cap with crown?

  • Diane Ferreira says:

    How long do they last?

  • Richard Mendes says:

    Great info! What about with root canals though and getting a crown after? I never really knew about crowns and such until now as I've had quite a bit of pain where I've had work done before (was expected the nerve may die) and so in recent visit been told I have to do a root canal and then get a crown. I didn't know to ask, but would those normally be full after root canal or can be partial?
    Btw, it is also a restored tooth, if makes difference – had a filling from years ago and tooth broke due to decay – maybe half was left – and dentist cleaned and filled in. Now root canal time :(. Thanks!

  • v Prabhu says:

    Hi Dr. Olsen, I've been watching ur videos , I liked ur Frank speaking.
    Can you just give me a suggestion regarding my front teeth broken little: like chipped teeth,
    What would you recommend the solution for this problem ?

    I look forward to hearing from you.

  • Bret tiu says:

    I am about to request for my dentist to do class IV restoration on my two front teeth but she suggested to give me metallic dental crowns as it gives more protection than the restoration. Do dentists really guarantee providing crowns in their patients?

  • Peter Tran says:

    Wow, I never thought denistry could be so interesting. Fantastic vieo doc! I'll be planning to fly in as soon as i figure out the resorces

  • Der Neger says:

    Super Mario Kart background music lol

  • Ramona Woohoo says:

    Title : "Do not crown your tooth" next : partial CROWN, and FULL CROWN 😑 video

  • A.C says:

    So this isn't a composite. Is it bonding?

  • Jun Orsua says:

    This doctor is not just to gain money from the patient his goal is to help the patient of what is better result! Hopefuly all dentist are same like your concern!

  • nature boi says:

    I’m having my whole mouth restored by a school I’m thinking about coming to see this dentist to do my work

  • TasteHoney1 says:

    How do i find choose the right dentist?

  • LIFE HACKERZ says:

    Which core build up material you use?

  • Fr Louie Goad says:

    To late for me! It would have been nice not having all the tooth removed because of a side crack.

  • Ms. lovely says:

    I went to my dentist to see about vaneers and she wants to do crowns on my 2 fronts.. I'm not sure how I feel

  • Divya Reddy says:

    Hey doc ! I have a somewhat huge cavity in my molar teeth (left side jaw) . I went for examination and I was told that 80% chances to lead to root canal . But for now they suggested me to go for filling if that fails then they will do the root canal . So with this situation what is ur suggestion whether to go for cavity filling or a RCT . PS: the cavity filling might fail anytime or might last for a lifetime .

  • carlos jose lamendez says:

    what happens if u tooth is really bad and a crown is only way to viod a root canal or extraction?

  • Katherine Htoo says:

    Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuc$ I wish u were my dentist I got a crown on my tooth and I guess it’s not good

  • Govind Singh says:

    Hello sir. I got my rct toot broken after 4_5 years. And it broke near the gum side. What should I do instead of getting a implant.

  • Gua Ranteedallauthentic says:

    How I wish I had the chance to meet Dr. O when I was just a tiny 9 yr old girl…my life would have been different for sure. My left front tooth cracked/chip when I fell face down. The dentist grind my tooth and had a jacket …that was around 1990's . When retainers are "in" I also had mine even if I actually didn't needed it. The backof my other front tooth had a small hole/ decay. The same dentist filled it. And days later on my 18th bday , I had a sac of huge ball of abscese at the back of the filled tooth ! I had a lot of guest but I can't open my mouth to welcome them ! Month later the dentist pulled my front tooth , got so frustrated I told her to remove all of my teeth because I dont want to have a piano ( alternate kind of real tooth and a false tooth and a jacket ) I was barely 19 years old then… I always join beauty contesr since I was just 6 and that changed when I lost all my upper teeth due to my stupid sudden decision as a teen and unfortunateky having a dentist without sympathy contributed to the fcked life I had. Got so depressed and lost the love of my life and lost all the confidence in the world. At 39 I have decided to begin @ 40 so I started the 1 yr process of dental implant. And this year on my birthday coincidentally I will have my final crown. Exactly 22 years ago I should have known this if only I had the chance of meeting Dr. O – the sexiest , most handsome , sympathetic and extremely intelligent Dentist.

  • Tweety Bird says:

    Hope u come here in Philippines and do my teeth…what will I choose in my front teeth?veneers or crown?pls suggest me..not decay,not broken, its just that my one front teeth is bigger than the other.

  • JOHN DOE says:

    Thnx alot, i wil link this video to the dentists all ppl go where i live in sweden , and its hammer and nail style there, amazing still n the 2019 compaining of bad tooths instead of making teeths become fixed and repaired,

  • day ce says:

    I have broken teeth in upon. It doesn’t hurt n sore but my dentist asked me to make whole crown. I don’t really want it . So what is ur suggestion? It’s possible to fix it with composite?

  • lu Lulu says:

    thank you so much for sharing your expertise on youtube! so helpful to guide my conversation with the general dentist.

  • Twils Stanton says:

    It seems like I'm always making suggestions to my dentist about my care. If I point out a spot he says it's nothing to worry about and by next cleaning it's a cavity.
    I just lost a tooth that had a filling that was replaced 3 times. Financial I spent a lot of money in a small town practice, if you understand what I'm saying.
    My vanees sometimes only look as good as some dental office temporary.

  • Corinne B says:

    At the end of this month, I’m scheduled to get oral surgery for three extractions with bone grafts. Then my dentist wants to put five crowns on a few teeth, the estimate says Cerecfierd crown posts for $1130.00 (discount price) Core buildups $234.00 for those teeth

    And finally a partial with five teeth. Which is what I asked for because I’m on a fixed income and need to keep the costs low. Grand total, $12,000.00. For the upper only. I don’t make that in a year! So I’m cancelling the appt of course even tho my teeth hurt, they aren’t excruciating yet. Thinking about full dentures. Going to Mexico to get my work done. Last night I toyed with the idea “If prisoners of war can pull their own teeth…. why not me?”

    Dental expenses are crazy. I live in California. Things are expensive here. Do all states have 12 to 24 thousand dollar dental bills?

    I’m so discouraged and I know the longer I wait, the worse it is going to get.

  • Benigno Rivera says:

    I wish all dentists had that technology to make your dentures right there

  • Alyssa M says:

    But if more decay occurs, how do you add more inlay?

  • GIVEMETHATWAFFLE XOXO says:

    Help I lost a tooth and it grew out but it's kinda wiggly and I have to teeth that have a crown on top but their both loose help what am I supposed to do

  • Lima 29 says:

    Hello
    It would be nice and highly appreciated if you could reply back please.
    My big issue is that I have a front bridge and I am looking for a removed my bridge since they change the color ,
    And dentists suggesting to do a full crown otherwise it wouldn’t look natural , due to the color differences.
    But I don’t want to miss my natural teeth 😔
    Just to change for better quality the bridge, also to do full mouth is very expensive.
    What would be your best advice please? 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • Ch****** says:

    Sexy dentist

  • Charmaine Joy Siarot says:

    i wish you had a branch in the Philippines near Davao City

  • R Gonzalez says:

    As a Dental Hygienist, I would have hoped that a dental cleaning would have come first before the restoration. On the other hand, Great work. Thanks. : )

  • Amin G says:

    Ty, for video, choosing the best dentist is major decision, great technology..amin

  • Jerry Sanchez says:

    Is a standard crown a stronger restoration than an inlay and onlay?

  • jiji309 says:

    Hi, basically I have a tooth abscess for months and I went to the dentist and he suggested to get my front tooth crowned!! he couldn't proceed with anything until the infection goes away! he made an incision for pus drainage and prescribed antibiotics to clear out the infection. I am supposed to go and get it done this coming Friday but I am concerned about getting a crown on my front tooth could you please advise me on what to do? Much appreciated

  • Vix Cru Amor says:

    what is that technology called? looking for a dentist in toronto who does this

  • Lex Beltran says:

    Some people need the full crown, not just 3/4. Keep that in mind folks

  • Alfie Bart says:

    is it painful? :C

  • Mpzplays says:

    My back tooth just broke and i dont know what to do

  • Victoria Turner says:

    My 10 y.o. was recently hit in the mouth by a pool ball, chipping her 2 front teeth.
    I don't know what's the best and feasible option for her.. Her mouth is still growing! I just don't know what to do?! Veneers? Crowns? Partial Crown??

  • Sunshine Gaming says:

    Is a silver tooth a crown I have 3………umm bye nvm am loosing a silver tooth

  • Joses says:

    what the fun!!! it will take me half way the globe to come visit you!!!

  • mizzhllywd says:

    What causes a tooth to crack?

  • Bigfred 818 says:

    Where are you located.

  • Fuk It says:

    please help, got a partial crown put in a few months ago. I can't floss that tooth ( it's super painful to get the floss in and even more painful to get it out) I tried to floss and remove it by pulling it through the side. The floss smelt like shit, literal shit and my tooth feels tight and uncomfortable.

  • Eliza Jo says:

    You don't adress a real problem, like veneers being fragile. And if you have worn down your front teeth and want to reconstruct. My veneers keep breaking, so what should i do. Ofcourse you user veneers if you dont change size of tooth, that's pretty given. No point making a hole video about that obvious solution. What to do when you need to reconstruct, that's a video.

  • Ayo says:

    Youre muscles are too big and your face is to good looking.

  • Meiaw Meiaw says:

    Awww god i wish i had a dentist like you in my country with that modern technology 😭😭😭😭

  • Xin Lin says:

    Hey Dr. O , so if a person have a broken front teeth due to cavity, nearly 1/4 of its teeth is gone. Is it necessary to do a root canal and crown the teeth or is there other ways to fix that teeth. That broken teeth is in the front of the mouth

  • Sher Grissom says:

    OMG I wish I had known this years ago. Thank you.

  • Umaima Ahmed says:

    Can you please talk about kids crow?

  • markjakes soos says:

    My friend has 4 kids works very hard to support his family he has no money is in bad pain but keeps going please do a probono for him so people can see your reall work god bless

  • Dave Forgot says:

    Nice video but what about zirconium crowns? Aren't they stronger and better?

  • Persian Princess says:

    Your fine AF and great at explaining this vid 🇺🇸🇺🇸🥰🥰

  • look at me says:

    Doc after my root canal my dentist recommends to get a new crown its made titanium with porcelain do you think its right to do that or not

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