My Temporary Crown Came Out!

A temporary crown is placed with temporary cement. This means there is a possibility of it coming off. When eating it is best to avoid sticky, chewy, and hard/crunchy foods to avoid removing it. In the case where it is removed, it is best to contact a dentist immediately. If possible try to save the temporary crown and bring it with you to your appointment. Also keep the area as clean as possible before arriving. Dr. Alfredo Martin and staff at Cooper City Family Dentistry, located on Hiatus Rd and Stirling, in Pembroke Pines, FL, are open during COVID-19 for your dental needs and emergencies.

 

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Phone: (954) 252-8257 or by Email: staff@InnovationInCare.com

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Dr. Alfredo Martin DMD Alfredo Martin Alfredo Martin, DMD, is a distinguished dentist in Cooper City, Florida, serving patients at Cooper City Family Dentistry.

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