(Closed) Totally Off Topic — Temporary Veneers, anyone?

posted 5 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper

A few tricks to help them stay in…don’t drink anything hot! (coffee,tea,soup….don’t bite INTO anything, but rather put the food beyond your front teeth and chew with the back teeth.) No gum or anything sticky.

My sister had that same problem with temporary cement…always came out in a few days, but mine have been in for years now. Don’t leave the temps out! You’ll be doing some damage you won’t even know you’re doing and it will be terribly painful.

Post # 5
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Bet its the mouth guard that needs to be adjusted over them…problem is, he’ll probably have to adjust it when the permanent ones are cemented in anyway. Can’t you just leave out the appliance until you’re finished?

Post # 7
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Perfect sense…the guard is soft,tho? He probably thought you’d have less chance of popping off the temps if you protected them (yes…stress is a killer for a grinder!) , but it seems to be having the opposite effect. There are also stronger temporary cements they can use…ask if what they’ve used is the strongest. I’m sure nobody wants you to call them every other day this busy week.

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