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Do's and Don'ts on Repairing a Cracked or Broken Dentures..

Crazy Glue, Super glue or any other brand of cyanoacrylate glue is ok to use as a "very temporary" fix to a split denture;
Cyanoacrylate based adhesives weaken in the presence of warm moist environments therefore, will only last temporarily in the mouth. Most manufactures of these types of adhesives themselves recommend warm water as a way to dissolve an accidentally glued body part. If you do decide to use a Cyano. based glue to repair your denture, be sure to "practice fit" the split denture several times before gluing it. An improperly positioned repair will weaken the suction bond that a properly fitting denture has with your gums. It can also cause sores or cutting of your gum tissue. It is highly recommended that the repair be done by a dental professional. Some areas allow dental labs or denturists to perform these repairs without the need of a dentist present.  

Have a "back-up" denture made
; Being prepared in advance for such an emergency is the best solution.




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