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How do you secure loose teeth in a partial plate?

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Answered 2006-10-21 18:57:04

It's not really recommended you do it yourself if you get the tooth/teeth in the wrong place the plate won't fit. Take the plate to your dentist for advice or go to a dental technician as many do repairs while you wait

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