How to Glue in a Dental Bridge?

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Your Denture breaks in half and you cannot get to the dentist. There are some temporary glue products available for dentures, but using super glue is really not recommended. Try Fixodent. It is temporary but may stain your teeth a little. Best to make an appointment with the dentist right away.
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1. Call your dentist and make an emergency appointment to have your bridge reattached if it slips from your mouth. If you can't reach him, or it will be awhile before you can be seen
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Many people apparently use super glue.
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That's a really bad idea. Generally, when fillings fall out, it means that there is recurrent decay around it. You can't just glue it back in and hope for the best. I know money is
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