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Title: Tooth filling repair kit
Post by: Chubbs on Thursday, September 24, 2020, 13:48:17
Anyone used one of these before?

I'm on the waiting list for an appointment to have a filling repaired which recently fell out. The receptionists suggested a repair kit as a temporary measure which I can get from a pharmacy.

I'm a bit dubious.


Title: Re: Tooth filling repair kit
Post by: Arriba on Thursday, September 24, 2020, 14:02:39
My Mrs used one recently. Not the best but hers is a big filling. If you're not in pain/it's not annoying you I wouldn't bother. If you are it might work for you.


Title: Re: Tooth filling repair kit
Post by: Berniman on Thursday, September 24, 2020, 16:40:14
I've used one when travelling and it did the job until I got back and got in at the dentist.  Not a long term solution, and you might need to touch up a couple of times, but depending on the damage it should tide you over..


Title: Re: Tooth filling repair kit
Post by: thedarkprince on Thursday, September 24, 2020, 17:33:28
Iíve used Dentanurse as my last remaining wisdom tooth decide to crack just before lockdown and it doesnít qualify for an emergency extraction. Does a decent enough job but you have to replace it every couple of weeks. If you buy direct theyíll post it out for next day delivery. Think itís about £15 but that last for 5 or 6 goes.

Oh, and if you do go for it, once youíve mixed the two compounds together make sure itís like blu tak consistency before trying to apply it otherwise youíll make a right mess.