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Monday
Oct192009

Why is it black at the gumline of my crown?

Updated on Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 3:04PM by Registered CommenterDr Steven Rosenblat

Patients often enquire about dark lines that appear at the gumline of crowns.  Sometimes it can be a wide area and there may be darkness appearing around the gums of a tooth that has a crown too.  The reasons are usually related to how and a crown was fabricated and how the light that lets you see your teeth affects your teeth and gums.  A little bit of background information will help explain all of this.

When you look at teeth (or anything you can see) what you are actually seeing is the light that bounces off each tooth. 

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