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Postby janice123 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:12 am

Hey, I am Janice from Edmonton. One of my molars is decayed and it has got a crack in it. I didn't notice it until last week. A part of my tooth fell out when I had my food. Whenever I have my food, food particles will get stuck in my tooth. It caused extreme pain when I bite something using that tooth. I tried several home remedies using clove, salt, and sesame oil. The pain got better, but the tooth has to be restored.
I have read about different techniques for tooth restoration. I asked my friends for suggestions. One of them suggested me a cerec dental technology from a clinic in my locality. Why is a cerec restoration better than conventional types of restorations? When I just searched for it, I came to read about cerec restorations on inlays, onlays, crowns, and even some bridges. Which one is the most effective? Will it look different from the original tooth? I have to do the procedure within a few days. Is the procedure time-consuming? Kindly share your views. Thanking you in advance.
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