Greetings - at around the first of May 2010 dentist installed a temporary crown right side bottom molar while waiting for the permanent crown to arrive. Temporary crown fell out while eating within a week of installation. Dentist re-installed temporary, it fell out three days later.
Permanent crown arrived but did not align properly so a second impression was made. Since a temporary crown was installed and it too came loose.
When second permanent crown arrived, within two weeks it came loose. Temporary crown was fitted with a stronger glue. The fit did not feel proper, riding too high. When I returned to the dentist, the assistant broke the second permanent crown, broke while being cleaned.
Dentist decided to grind my tooth down a little more. Dentist made a third impression, no temporary crown was made.
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