... in response to Procedure for Dental Crowns
  1. Doug Henninger Doug Henninger United States says:

    A dentist who is very experienced and took over the practice of a skilled and ethically advanced dentist is a good bet. I find the more I notice and tell the dentist and the assistant who finds and makes tiny adjustments for the 'temporary crown' the better. Dentists adn staff do NOT resent your details that you notice. They know what to use or not. If you have a high pain tolerance, say so... let a dentist know what to expect of you to make a procedure go smoothly.

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