how do you repair upper denture crack?


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SeanValjean4 years ago
I had a friend who went to a denture clinic calgary and they were really proficient at this kind of task. It I were You I would just find some clinic where they can do it for cheap.
lbently4 years ago
Wow thanks for the tips. I have been looking for dentures repairs in Rio Rancho NM. If you know of a place were I can get repairs done please let me know.
I hate to be the one without some grand idea but I would just take it to your dentist. You don't want to use anything that could have a harmful chemical or anything that you will be sticking in your mouth. When my dad got his calgary dentures it took him a couple trips back to the dentist before they were just right.
I would l just go to dentures repairs in rio rancho nm. Don't try anything on your own, that's too risky.
dexterm1225 years ago
I have this same problem and I really appreciate the suggestions. I might need to go in to my denturist in Calgary to get this completely fixed.
suzyframe5 years ago
If I were you I would have made sure I took it to my dentist for sure. If you messed up trying to fix it, it could make it even worse. Even though it is expensive and a pain in the butt it is important to have a healthy and nice teeth and mouth as well. Or you might end up having to pay even more to fix it again. I know a dentist who works with dentures in denver co who would be more than willing to help!
MizDaizy (author) 6 years ago
Thank you for answering my question. I appealed to a dentist and it would leave me without my appliance for about 10 days and the cost was that I might as well buy new. That is not an option.
On a fixed senior income I am trying to DIY. I did the crazy glue and it failed several days in a row. I guess I will pay a visit to Walgreens or figure out where I can find hexane, methyl chloride, or toluene??
I need to eat more than blender foods pretty soon.
Thank you again.
BobS6 years ago
Had the same problem 20+ years ago. Tried superglue, but it fell apart after a few days. A kit with an aggressive solvent (was it hexane? methyl chloride? toluene?) as a primer took care of all the gunk, and after that I superglued it. It is still going strong!!!
iceng6 years ago
Re-design is correct, and Walgreens has a kit for self repair.

Re-design6 years ago
YOu may be able to fix it with super glue.

But,

I'd take it to my dentist. If you get it crooked your mouth will complain.