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Aug 05

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babyblade41 says:

How much to fix a tooth veneer

whilst on holibobs tucking into a hearty breakfast I felt one of my veneers snap in half:shock:

I thought I'd swallowed it so ferreting about my eggy with my fingers trying to find half a veneer I was starting to lose my swede

Eventually found it and went to my room to do a quick repair, luckily bought some tooth cement with me.

As I was in a hurry and not wearing specs, hastily cemented sliver of tooth back together.  This stuff is seriously strong so was ok and thought it would hold until I got home

Sat back downstairs with a coffee and well earned ciggie(needed one to relieve stress)  my tooth felt a bit strange, only to be told by munchkin that it looks like I put it in upside down:shock:

Oh buggery buggery I thought. However throughout the day I could feel it getting looser and looser as the cement was not adhering to anything.

Just as I got back to the room about 12 long hours later it thankfully gave way and a new repair was made this time wearing my specs:smile

I was wondering how much the dentist will charge doing a new one.  I felt it being a bit rough in the last couple of weeks. 

The trouble is she will have to drill out the veneer completely which takes a couple of hours, put in a temporary  one whilst a new one is made then go back have the temporary one removed and the new one fitted. 

Shouldn't these things have a guarantee?  I can see this being an expensive fix.

Sod being a teacher I'm going to do a fast track course in dentistry:mad:

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Aug 05

Posts: 7578

babyblade41 says:

no it can't be bonded

have to have it re done.

They have been a nightmare, had them first done in 2006 and just as they'd finished putting them on permanent cement I had an accident which smashed them to pieces along with my face and nose so had to have them done again after operations had finished.

I looked a right mess no front teeth and a nose where my ear should be:shock:

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