My crown has fallen out leaving part of my original tooth still inside my gum, how much should I expect to pay to have this fixed?

Hi doctor, i wondered if you could help me with a dental issue? my crown has fallen out with the tapered original tooth and left part of the original tooth still in my gum, it is also causing me great pain. What can i expect to pay to have this replaced, i am 66 years old and on a pension so do you think i could receive any help with the cost of this procedure? Thank you for your advice.
Hello, thank you for your question. You should go and visit a dentist as soon as possible and ask about all your options as there are many and your individual situation and dental health needs will have to be assessed as well. Crowns can cost from several hundred pounds to over a thousand or more depending on the situation, complexity of the treatment and your expectations for the quality of the result and how natural you would like it to look.

Hope that helps, good luck, Mark

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July 24th, 2012 at 08:47 PM
princess Says :

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July 27th, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Eli Says :

Hello, I have implants in my upper jaw. The teeth are of a composite material and have a few chips in them at the front which have gone a bit brown. Also the infills in a couple of teeth have come out. My lower teeth need attention too I have 3 crowns the metal bit that the crown fits on can be seen and a denture and it doesn,t fit very well. The metal to hold the denture in place are very prominent. These implant were fitted in SA. I would like advice on the problems please thanks

July 27th, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Samir Says :

you really need to see a competent dentist and then they can more easily advise you

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