Temporary Crown Instructions
- Avoid anything hard or sticky (i.e. nuts, large pretzels, caramels, taffy, etc.)
- When flossing, you can floss towards gum line as normal, but slide out the side instead of pulling back up/down.
- Contact us if the crown comes off and save it so that it can be re-cemented.
- It is important that the temporary crown stay in place to ensure the proper fit of the permanent crown
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