Pasting a dental bridge

Many people have an expensive work dental, including bridges Dental. These bridges are often used to replace teeth lost to decay or injury. Bridges are usually attached to existing teeth and can create an attractive smile. Since the bridges are attached to the other teeth, there is always the possibility of breakage or slippage. Cemented counter may provide a temporary solution to the loss of fixation of the bridge. This cement will hold the bridge in place until you can see your dentist for a permanent solution.

Instructions : 

  1. Call your dentist and make an emergency appointment for your bridge rejoin if it has slipped out of your mouth. If you do not place yourself or you take a while before you can see it, you can take steps to return to temporarily join the bridge yourself.
  2. Brush your teeth gently with a soft brush and water. Sure to remove any glue. Your teeth and gums clean will provide a suitable surface for fixing the bridge.
  3. Brush your bridge gently with a soft brush and water. Sure to remove any glue without damaging the bridge.
  4. Dry the bridge with a paper towel or gauze.
  5. Dental adhesive applied without prescription as directed on the label. The instructions often recommend brushing the adhesive on a clean dry surface, ensuring the crown or bridge in place and applying light pressure for at least one minute.
  6. Make sure you have lined the bridge with your teeth to avoid differences between the bridges and your teeth or gums. This will be more comfortable secure fit.
  7. Do not eat or drink for at least an hour. Do not eat hard foods until you are able to see your dentist.
  8. Clean any excess adhesive from your teeth and gums according to label instructions.

Tips & Warnings : 

  • If your mouth is sensitive do not brush it. Gently clean with gauze instead.
  • Avoid dental cement on your skin.
  • Do not use glue or adhesive home to replace your bridge.