Just a quick note to say hi!
My boyfriend had his out not too long ago and so did a friends son of mine also, they had no problems. I would just notify the stated dental board as a back up incase you never get your feeling back.
My statute of limitations for filing is 1 year.
I've been through alot with crowns in the last 7 months and let me tell you once your statute of limitations runs out your pretty well fighting for yourself unless you get an attorney. The board doesn't get your money back, but if you do have severe damage, I would definitely be notifying the dental board and finding out what my states statuate of limitations are just in case.
There is alot people don't know about the dental field and they should.
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