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Three years ago, I went for my routine dental cleaning. The dentist suggested me to remove the old filling and put a new crown on it. I agreed. After the crown, I couldn’t eat on that tooth and went back to the office. He said that it is normal and will reduce the discomfort over time. Over the years, I always bite at the other side of the teeth. Recently, that crown caused me even pain to floss so I went to my now dentist. He said that it was a defective crown and need to be replaced. I went to my previous dental office. The original dentist is no longer working there. A new dentist is assigned to put a new crown on it free of charge. However, now, my tooth that had the new crown on is constantly in pain. I have to take pain medicine everyday two to three times a day to get by.
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