I super glued my broken tooth on for over 9 months. I soaked the broken tooth in hydrogen peroxide then brushed my teeth and rinsed with the same. I then made sure I knew exactly what position my tooth needed to be in before placing a large amount of super glue on my broken off tooth and pressing it into place. You'll have some superglue in your mouth but can easily get it all out. May even have some on your face but that tooth will stay in for some time. If you have a good placement it'll stay in up to six months. I've done it! When it comes out, clean the glue off with some nail polish remover (recommended by super glue for clean up) to get all the super glue off, you'll have to use some tweezers or a fine metal pick but it has to be done. Then disinfect it with the hydro and do it all over again! When I went to the dentist to have my teeth cleaned I was embarrassed but not as embarrassed as I would have been without a tooth for a long period of time. The dentist said I wasn't the first one! LOL I now have that tooth officially capped but the glue was a save all when I was in a difficult financial situation! I LOVE SUPERGLUE! By the way this was a tooth that had had a root canal so it was dead. I have no idea how this would have turned out if it had been a tooth with a nerve.
A front tooth broke off my plate, can I super glue it back on? Or is there any iother glue I can use?
I tried it to fix a big chip on my front tooth and it only lasted two days plus I got it on my tongue which was pretty gay and made it tender for a few days. So I would say it is not recommended and probably wont last long.
A piece of my front tooth has broken off can I super glue it as their is nothing wrong with the rest of the tooth.
You could but that would not solve your troubles down the road.
I used Super Glue to repair my husbands denture's that broke into. That was over two years ago. It works for Denture's... Just don't glue them in your mouth....