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william walker
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Does anyone else look at their teeth in a mirror and think what they would look like if you pulled them all out and could observe them from every angle in good light? I really want to see the back of my teeth and the sides of them, but they are hidden when they are in my mouth.
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Um, no
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No.
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Lmao.
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No. But when the dentist pulled out one of my molars I was shocked to see how long the roots were, it was very interesting actually.
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Yeah good idea, you should definitely do that.

Who needs a dentist these days?

You have D.I.Y tools, grab a pair plies and PVA glue.

Pull them out with plies.

Then Just grab some PVA glue and glue back together again.

Problem solved.:top:
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(Original post by Oh ooo)
Yeah good idea, you should definitely do that.

Who needs a dentist these days?

You have D.I.Y tools, grab a pair plies and PVA glue.

Pull them out with plies.

Then Just grab some PVA glue and glue back together again.

Problem solved.:top:
well actually maybe contact adhesive would be better as you use that for disimilar surfaces PVA on the other hand wouldn't work as gums aren't that porus so you would have to sand them down (called keying) for the glue to bond. even then the moist conditions wouldn't be ideal

revising PD adhesives atm
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Yeah I always wanted to know, I guess it's just one of those weird things you think about after looking in the mirror too long :lol:
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well actually maybe contact adhesive would be better as you use that for disimilar surfaces PVA on the other hand wouldn't work as gums aren't that porus so you would have to sand them down (called keying) for the glue to bond. even then the moist conditions wouldn't be ideal

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Most interesting.
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Most interesting.
why thank you sir, you should come to my PD lessons we get to discuss adhesives for an hour
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why thank you sir, you should come to my PD lessons we get to discuss adhesives for an hour
I could just read the information on the label when I buy something.

I would much rather go to a geopolitical strategy lecture.
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No. But when the dentist pulled out one of my molars I was shocked to see how long the roots were, it was very interesting actually.
My wife had an emergency extraction of a molar and the dentist gave it to me. I nearly puked on the spot. I did not expect a rotten tooth to be so gross in the centre, not for it to have bits of flesh attached. It was hideous and went straight in the outside bin.
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(Original post by CoolCavy)
well actually maybe contact adhesive would be better as you use that for disimilar surfaces PVA on the other hand wouldn't work as gums aren't that porus so you would have to sand them down (called keying) for the glue to bond. even then the moist conditions wouldn't be ideal

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Oh right.:lol:

I wasn't really considering OP should take my advice on board. I was jesting.

But great piece of advice.
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My wife had an emergency extraction of a molar and the dentist gave it to me. I nearly puked on the spot. I did not expect a rotten tooth to be so gross in the centre, not for it to have bits of flesh attached. It was hideous and went straight in the outside bin.
That's a rude thing to say about your wife's tooth
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lol jk, I know my molar caught me by surprise, I did not suspect it was that long...mine looked nice though, it reminded me of an elephant tusk
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