Is the dentist that placed the crown responsible to correct problems
I just had a permanent crown placed on my dental implant on tooth #7. I went back to the dentist the following day to ask about several concerns.
1) There is a space between the top of the crown and my gum, which i noticed when i flossed, the floss goes over the top of the crown.
2) Big space between #7 and #8
3) The crown is on top of my gum instead of above the gum line.
I am also concern about the grayish line showing above the implant, which I just learned that the periodontist used a metal abutment; therefore the dentist used a pfm instead of an all-crown porcelain. I am devastated about the esthetic look. I almost don’t want to smile, I just want to cover my mouth.
Could I go to a different dentist and have the abutment and crown replaced? Is the dentist that placed the crown responsible to correct problems 1 to 3?
Thank you for any help.