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I am sorry to hear regarding the problem.Have you tried contacting your dentist on his emergency
phone number to arrange an appointment?
Be advised that this does not warrant an emergency visit to your dentist, however i would advise you to consult him on Monday.Temporary crowns are usually provided to the patients for the comfortability factor till the permanent
crowns are fabricated.If you are comfortable without the temporary crowns, there is no such urgency.You could fix your appointment with your dentist and get it fixed.
However, you could also recement the crown yourself.You could get temporary dental
cement, preferably dentemp from any of the dental pharmacies or even Walmart.Dry the tooth and the temporary crown.Then place the cement in the crown and recement it in the original position. Be sure of the proper orientation of the crown.This would last till the time the next appointment is scheduled.
Note - In any case, re-cementing or failing to re-cement the temporary crown will not have any long-term effect on the ultimate result of your dental treatment.
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