I’ve had several procedures.
The replacement of a broken inlay, I think there were maybe two of those.
There was a chipped tooth that required an onlay. Just as I would recommend
somebody who was developing their will or a state plan to go to an estate
planning attorney, I would recommend somebody with a dental issue or a
prosthodontic dental issue to go to a prosthodontist. And luckily all of my procedures have
been kind of in my rear teeth and molars so it hasn’t been life-changing. Although
if I hadn’t done anything maybe it would have been. What better result can you
have then you look in your mouth and you can’t tell where the new prosthodontic work
is and your original teeth are. You can’t ask for more than that