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Temporary Dental Cement
Don't loose it!: Take it back to your dentist to have it re-temporary cemented. If this is not possible, most drug stores have a temporary dental cement you can use. Dry both the inside of the temporary crow, and your tooth and push the crown back on in the correct orientation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How many ( weeks/ months) would you keep temporary cement in new permanent bridge on upper molar natural teeth with no dental issues or concerns.
Indefinitely: First of all, why is a permanent bridge on with temporary cement? Sometimes this is done when the health of one of the nerves is in question. I usually will try to remove this after 6 months and recement with permanent cement. If it doesn't come off very easily, i will usually just leave it in place and monitor. If it loosens, then remove and recement. If it stays secure, monitor only. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 2 LL dental implants have finally been placed with temporary cement. Permanent cement in 1 month. Can I floss like regular teeth or can it pop off?
Is a dental hygienist qualified to remove my 2 temporary cemented implant crowns to then permanently cement them? Hygienist asked me for the ok.
If a dental implant that has temporary cement cannot be removed for permanent cement, can this result in bacteria to collect and cause decay?
Dent Temp: It is over the counter temporary cement. If the temporary bridge becomes loose while waiting for a permanent visits, place the temporary Dent Temp and place a temporary bridge back. If you cannot replace the temporary bridge yourself, call your dentist for an emergency appointment. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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