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Kent Cass
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-was my two front teeth. Well, I got them back for $350 on the 22nd!

Tooth damage being a common H&N side effect, thought I could offer this bit of experience. My two front teeth developed large chips in the bottom-center of each, with a small crack running the now-shorter vertical length of each. What to do? On the 22nd I not only got my second post-treatment Crown, I also got a "composite" thing done to those front two teeth.
Dentist ground-away some existing tooth in the back, then filled it with new tooth composite, added to the bottom, and sealed the cracks. It's like I have two new front teeth, Folks! Not sure how long they will last like this, as he did say the bottoms will wear-away over time, but for now it really is kinda cool. So, this appears to be another option for fixing tooth damage done by the rads.

(a smiling) kcass

Hondo's picture
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Joined: Apr 2009

That sounds great now you have a new look with you smile.

Merry Christmas to you my Friend

Cherokeegirl's picture
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Joined: Aug 2010

Nothing perks up a person like a nice smile!!! Enjoy!!

sweetblood22's picture
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Joined: Jan 2010

I chipped my right front tooth and bottom right front tooth, too. I just had mine done as well. Honest truth, I woke myself up this morning because I was having the most upsetting dream that three of my front teeth fell out and I couldn't get them back in. I was about crying before I woke up. I HATE the missing teeth or teeth falling out dreams. :( I still have more teeth to fix after the holidays.

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