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Nov. 22, 2016, 4:57 a.m. -  Raymond Epstein

#!markdown OOOOOoooo a dental question! I will not armchair diagnose this (yeah, I am a dentist), but A. having had the tooth traumatized it's highly like the tooth structure is damaged upping the need for a crown and B. I agree with "Dr" Dave, get the damn tooth fixed and retire the hackey joke. While you may be able to bleach it, this is never predictable (especially if it's as dark as you report) and unless the tooth is otherwise in perfect condition (unlikely) have a nice crown made that will be trouble free for years. Also plus one on the Seu George.

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