Dental crowns Zirconia on front (lower +upper) and jaw pain after that ?

I have very mild fluorosis on my upper front tooth, but the problem was with the canine tooth since there was a deep line in between, and it had grown with a sharp edge below the deep line. It looked odd, and the dentist cut down to the line .but the canine tooth seemed short compared to another tooth. After years, I visited a few dentists, and all of them suggested zirconia crowns. Have them in the upper n lower six, but I feel unnatural jaw pain, too, after that. Suggestions? Doc, did you do the right thing?

Zirconia crowns, in my opinion, for the front teeth are not aesthetically pleasing! They are tough porcelain, which can transfer the forces of your bite much more to the roots of your teeth, which can cause pain and discomfort.
Over-preparation of your teeth can also cause pain and discomfort, which I can not diagnose here.
I advise you to see an expert dentist, take X-rays regarding the fit of your zirconia crowns, to begin with, and check your bite and occlusion to see if any adjustments are necessary!
Usually, hyper occlusion can cause pain and discomfort.
Adjusting zirconia crowns and polishing them back to their original luster is time-consuming and challenging.
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