A dentist did a partial root conduit, but very soon the tooth shaped have changed is this right?

i had a different dentist do another tooth and it stayed like peas in a pod minus the inner infected part of the tooth. With this second tooth the dentist drilled down the side of the tooth that isn't shown to ppl when I smile, and he slightly changed the shape of the outer constituent that shows. I'm upset over this, because when i have to grasp a crown the tooth is definately shorter and i'm not sure if they will fix it. what should i do? is everything okay?

Answer:
The dentist grinded down the biting surface of that tooth so it won't touch the opposing tooth for the duration of the root waterway therapy. This is standard practice when doing a root strait, to lessen the chance that you will get the impression sensitivity on biting.

This will be restored into contact again when the porcelain crown is put onto the tooth after the root canal treatment is complete.

A tooth requests to be reduced by about 2 to 2.5mm anyway to manufacture room for the porcelain crown-- Porcelain requires a certain mass so that it won't crack when you bite down on it.

Hope this helps.
Calm down immediately. When you get your topical crown, it will be proportionate to your other teeth. The dentist will cut it down even more than it is now. This is to facilitate the tentative crown.

What kind of crown are you have done?

There are metal ones, gold, palladium, or non precious full crowns. Gold or silver within color.
Then there are the porcelain ones, adjectives porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, porcelain fused to metal with a metal top portion.

I would suggest the adjectives porcelain if possible. They look better and grain better also, they are also less apt to be rejected by the gum tissue. If you are going beside a porcelain fused to metal crown, ask for a high gold ingots content. I say this because this metal does not own any rejection problems either. It costs more than palladium and like mad more than non precious,(usually nickle) but it is less predictable to cause trouble.
The shape of the tooth very soon has no good posture on your ability to procure a crown. In fact when your dentist prepares your tooth for the crown, he or she will hold to reduce (shorten loftiness and sides)the natural tooth so that the crown will fit. After the tooth is prepared for the crown, you will wear a stopgap crown while your permanent crown is human being made. The crowned tooth will be made so that it occludes or meets the ambiguous tooth from the opposite arch. From what you've written so far, everything sounds pretty standard and inside normal restrictions.
yea. when you get your crown, the dentist will drill sour more of your tooth to fit the crown so dont worry. presently if the dentist overdrills then you enjoy a problem
This sounds normal to me. Sometimes a root waterway can be done by only going through the top of the tooth, but sometimes more of the tooth have to be removed. It all depends on how much of your tooth is hard.

Your permanent crown will probably look exactly approaching your natural teeth, but if you are worried agree to your dentist know your concerns. He will be sure it's done to your liking.
When I have to get 2 crowns, both my valid teeth were shaped differently. One of it, on the side, it be drilled down. The other one had a hole on the side. But the permanant crown covered it. The crown is approaching a shell they place over your existing tooth. They took the impressions of how your teeth was until that time the work and the crowns will look and feel close to them. The size and the bite. The bite can be adjusted if it doesn't touch right. Both of mines feel similar to my original teeth but smoother, which I close to. =) Good luck!


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