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URGENT - Loose crown - Any dentists online?

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CoconutPancakes Mon 10-Apr-17 20:04:21

Hi there, I've had a crown fitted today with temporary cement as it was very sensitive. Anyway, it's now loose and every now & then really sensitive. I've called the emergency dentist an hour ago but still waiting for a call back. I know (or at least hope!) I'll get an emergency appointment with my own dentist tomorrow, but what do I do tonight?

Google says see if you can actually take the crown off so you don't swallow, or worse - inhale, it. I'm too much of a wimp to even try as it's so sensitive even with the crown on.

So do I try & remove & risk being in agony all night, or leave it alone and risk swallowing/inhaling it, or just stay awake all night?

Thank you, oh wise MNs

MorrisZapp Mon 10-Apr-17 20:07:26

Put a shout out for MrsMerton, I think there's a hashtag or something.

CoconutPancakes Mon 10-Apr-17 20:27:36

Put a shout out for MrsMerton, I think there's a hashtag or something.

Sorry, I don't understand what this means?

WonderWhippet Mon 10-Apr-17 20:30:24

MrsMorton is a lovely poster on here and a dentist.

CoconutPancakes Mon 10-Apr-17 20:31:40

Thanks - I've just found her Dental Chronicles thread and asked my question there. She's responded to another question just now so hopefully she'll see mine too.

MorrisZapp Mon 10-Apr-17 20:31:51

You can summon somebody by putting the @ sign

@mrsmorton

CoconutPancakes Mon 10-Apr-17 20:32:12

But I don't understand how to put a shout out for a particular poster?

MorrisZapp Mon 10-Apr-17 20:32:25

Maybe it's case sensitive

@MrsMorton

MorrisZapp Mon 10-Apr-17 20:33:47

Awaits arrival in fairy godmotherlike fashion

Mrsmorton Mon 10-Apr-17 20:36:50

Summoned... answered on the big thread OP

CoconutPancakes Mon 10-Apr-17 20:50:45

Thanks for explaining - I'm a bit of a luddite.

Does the poster get notified when you use @username?

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