http://bestone.com.au/wp-login.php?action=register' or (1%' and 1=1 and '%'=' As you may already know, completing your crown or bridge may require 2 to 3 visits, the first of which consists of numbing the area of your mouth we are working on, preparing (reshaping) the tooth or teeth receiving the new crown, and taking a final impression or digital scan of the mouth. This impression, along with other information, will then be sent to the dental laboratory for the fabrication of the final crown or bridge, after which Dr. Dargham will have made you a temporary crown or bridge for your use while awaiting the arrival of the new permanent restoration..
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Your temporary crown may come loose or fall off. Please replace the crown and call our office to schedule a recementation appointment, bringing the crown with you to your visit. Avoid rigorous flossing by not pulling up on the floss. Instead, pull the floss out from the side of the temporary crown. If unable to visit the office at that moment, please contact us for further instructions. Please call us if your bite feels high, uneven, or persistently painful. We could be reached at (305) 858-0505 for the Coconut Grove location or at (305) 572-1600 for Biscayne Boulevard location.