Recent Crown Fitted


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Hi,

I have recently had a crown fitted on one of my front upper teeth. However, it seems that near the front gum line, the original tooth can be still be seen - the crown doesn't cover this part and starts a little lower down. The view from behind the tooth seems to show that the crown completely covers the tooth and meets that gum line at the back. Is this something I should worry about? Or should I just leave it?

It feels a bit funny when I brush my front upper teeth (seems like they're vibrating)..

Any advice would be much appreciated.

Thank you!
 
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Ideally the crown should extend to the gum line. It should cover the entire visible surface of the tooth. There shouldn't be a space. Any area that is not covered if not cared for properly can decay.
 
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