Cement type for dental implant restoration
I had one implant and after 2 years, the crown got out while I was eating. I went back to the dentist and he said that it is normal because he used temporary cement. I asked him to put the permanent cement but he recommended the temporary again!
Before he installed the crown back he tightened the abutment , he mentioned that this procedure is common. While he applied the permanent cement which he is not recommending, after one day the tissue got inflamed hardly and I suffered from a severe pain around the area.
I went back again after 5 days; he said that there was excess cement around the abutment, that is why the inflammation happened.What he performed during this visit:
1) He removed out the crown, (Luckily this step finished without any damages).
2) Then he removed the abutment,
3) He checked the implant pocket, (the inspection happened with practical metal peace also with Radiology). The pocket was found around 0.5 mm.
4) Then he purged the area then he installed a new heeling cap, (the cap was recommended to control the tissue shape around the area).
5) Now he is suggesting to keep the things as it is, then after one week he needs to fix a new abutment with other dimension, (the recent is shorter).
6) Then he will take a new assessment for a new crown.
Please someone can advise me about the above mentioned procedure.