• The Outward Illusion Of Health: Toothache Beneath A Dental Crown

    A dental crown becomes the new outer layer of a damaged tooth. The natural tooth structure is sealed under an airtight and watertight dental restoration. But the natural tooth is still there, and it contains dynamic living tissue—which is the pulp, or nerve, at the centre of the tooth. When this pulp becomes inflamed or even infected, the tooth is going to feel uncomfortable. What can cause toothache beneath the security of a dental crown?
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