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Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments, especially Fillings (to avoid food particles getting lodged between the Teeth & other nooks & corner) It gets erased, drops out after 6 to 9 months. Is there a permanent solution?

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Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
Get inlays or crowns contact a well qualified like endodontist.
Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
It depends on how you maintain.
Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
Lot of reassons may be responsible for your dental prblm .a) after cement filling avoid taking sumthing for atleast 2 hours. B) during cement filling your saliva should not come in contact with d cement C) avoid d hard brushing D) avoid non veg stuff.
Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
Kindly visit dentist. Again for a good filling .hopefully it will sustain and check for the type of filling used secondly check for if the filling placed is in nonretentive area then it's bound to come off.
Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
If they are repeated coming out probably it is in a unsupported area so you can have crowns only if your dentist suggest so.
Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
You have to wear a cap.
Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
Yes you should consult with a dental surgeon for this purpose.
Despite repeatedly getting the best of Dental treatments,...
Fillings should last a much longer time than you stated, so donot worry, visit another dentist and get the fillings done.
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