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Old 12-14-2007, 02:59 AM   #1
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Recapit~for loose crowns and caps~?

I found this cement on the web and bought some today.
has anyone here tried it?
I have a permanent bridge that fell out 2 mos ago and have used Fixodent ~but it falls out when I eat or drink~VERY embarassing.
My bridge is 3 unit~one tooth that is shaved down is the anchor that I use the Fixodent on.
I wonder if this cement is okay for use on a shaved tooth.
I have a college graduation and dinner on Saturday to attend and I need my front teeth in tact
HELP~someone~anyone ever use this?
it is made by Den-Temp
I cant go to the dentist until after Christmas!
thanks~RR

 
Old 12-16-2007, 01:17 AM   #2
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Re: Recapit~for loose crowns and caps~?

I am answering my own question
dont waste your $$$ on this one. At least not for a bridge. It didnt hold for 5 seconds. Maybe for just one tooth like a cap or crown~but my bridge slipped off like it had butter on it!
LOL~RR

 
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