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Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side in the other front teeth has come down little bit ,I have done RCT doctor suggest me to go with crown after RCT is necessary for your healthiness of teeth ,pls suggest what is better crown or bonding.

9 Doctors Answered
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
Hello Lybrate user for front teeth I always recommend E-max crown, they are more life like, esthetically pleasing and have sufficient strength to bear the burden of our biting force. Hope this helps.
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
Hi after crown it is always better to have cap on that tooth.
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
Yes a crown is must after a root canal treatment.
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
Crown is a better option.
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
You can get a crown done as the tooth will not chip off or fracture or break .. but with filling the tooth will break every now n then ...
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
Dear Lybrate user, Cap is compulsory after RCT. Because caping increases the life of rct. It protect tooth from fracture.
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
Yes it is a tooth colour crown would be good.
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
After RCT it is always good to go for cap, specially in case of fractured crown.
Due to accident my left front teeth chipped from a side i...
Yes crown is must after rct for the longevity of tooth because tooth is brittle after rct and there is chances of tooth fracture its better you go for crowning.
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