If you’re having dental trouble, it’s not because of something you’ve done or ate.
It’s because your teeth are failing.
That’s according to a new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
The study looked at 1,000 dental records from over 2,000 patients in the United Kingdom.
It found that a dental crown can have the biggest impact on the health of your teeth.
But, it also found that it’s the crown that’s the most important.
When you wear a crown, the crown can be placed on the top of your crown to keep it clean.
That allows for easier tooth brushing and the ability to feel the crown on your teeth, which can help you feel better.
The researchers looked at the impact of crowns on dental health.
They looked at four crown types: crowns made of gold, gold-plated steel, stainless steel and bronze.
The study found that gold-coated crowns had the greatest impact on people with moderate or severe tooth decay.
The gold-silver crown had the lowest impact.
But the gold crown had a bigger impact on younger people.
Older people were also more likely to have poor dental health because of their gold crowns.
Gold crowns have the largest impact on plaque, the white, tough plaque that’s made of dead skin cells.
This plaque is a common problem in the dental office, the researchers found.
The silver crown had less impact, but the researchers also found more plaque in the teeth of people with mild to moderate decay.
Dr. Mary McBride, an associate professor of dental science at the University of British Columbia, said that it was the silver crown that was more likely for the teeth to decay.
This study also found the gold tooth decay stage, which is a type of tooth decay where the plaque gets harder and harder.
It was a type we’ve seen in older people, but it was very different from tooth decay that is normal,” Dr. McBride said.
Dr McBride also said that the gold-steel crown had an impact on those with weak teeth.
This is also a type that has a big impact on dental disease.”
The gold crown also has a positive effect on the teeth and helps the teeth get the most out of the crown,” she said.
The research also found there were more plaque-free teeth in those with mild and moderate decay compared to those with moderate to severe decay.
But, the study also said there were fewer plaque-filled teeth in people with the tooth disease crown stage, indicating that the crown was helping to seal the cavities and help fill in the voids.
The crown is also known to help prevent cavities.
But what about the dental pain?
If you have tooth pain or a sore jaw, it may be because your crown has been worn down.
That can lead to a problem.”
For example, if you’ve been using a crown that has been a couple of years and you have a sore spot or have trouble chewing, that’s one of the reasons you’re wearing your crown down,” Dr McBride explained.
This research also showed that people with dental pain may be more likely than people without dental pain to have dental problems.
In fact, the dentists were surprised by the findings.”
We’ve been saying for years that people who have dental pain are more likely [to have dental issues],” Dr McBrien said.
She said that if your dentist is aware of this, they can help to reduce the risk.”
They can do a good job of not having the crown worn down and filling in the gaps and it’s a much easier and faster way to seal a tooth than putting a toothbrush in there,” Dr Mary McBrien added.
The most important thing is not to wear the crown down, she added.”
It’s important to have the crown put back on.
If you do, the tooth will have less wear,” she added, explaining that it helps the tooth stay healthy.