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Question:
Should the dentist still charge full price to replace an implant tooth? I had an implant put in about a year ago and the crown is now cracked.

Is it normal for a crown to crack so fast on an implant? ... Visitor from California

Answer:
If a person has a normal bite and otherwise balanced occlusion, no... it is not normal for a crown to crack so quickly.

In "older dentistry" what typically can happen is that adjacent natural teeth continue to wear which causes an "implant tooth" to acquire "too much occlusion". Routine dental check ups will reveal the slow development of this event, however, which can be treated.

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