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Posted by: Mandy | 2005/12/01

Q.

Crowns going blue by gums. Help?

I have two crowns by my two front teeth. Mu gums right by the crowns are blue-ish of colour. Is it the crowns inside that is protruding? Do I have to replace these crowns?

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

It is probably the metal of the crowns which is now showing. Metal free corwns are now avaialble and extremely aesthetic.

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Posted by: juds | 2005/12/05

For a month or so my teeth have become sensitive and am experiencing pain in my lower jaw (right side).

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