Great question, let me help you.
You will need the dentist to do this, as he has to add acrylic to the back of the tooth to adhere it
Do not try superglue, or it will erode the denture
You can place a tiny bead of wax under the tooth to adhere it short-term
Why would the teeth constantly fall out. I just received the denture back from the dentist yesterday and it has fallen out today. I am becoming aggrevated with this situation. I will try the wax. I am sure it will last longer than the dentist's work.
It shouldn't fall out this easily
That is odd
It may be that there is not enough resin underneath it, or your bite may be off on this tooth and require adjustment
In the meantime, wax will hold temporarily
It is a brand new denture that I paid more than $1,600 for less than 6 months ago. It has been repaired 4 times. Something is very wrong with this situation.
Sounds like it
I suggest you bring it back to your dentist with these concerns
If it is this new, he needs to make it right
And not charge you
Before I click accept, I am going to try the wax. Thank you.
are you here?
Are you still here?
Other than wax, another option is to get Dentemp temporary dental cement from your local pharmacy and use this
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