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Posted by: goofys  (6 years ago)
a front tooth veneer broke off, a temp has been tried for 6 weeks and will not adhere, the tooth is starting to get sensative, what are my options at this point when the new veneer comes in will it do the same thing
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Dear goofys!

The loss of a veneer can usually be traced back to a bonding problem. It is important to resolve this problem when replacing the veneer as otherwise the replacement may also be lost.
Have a look at the videos about the bonding procedure here (bonding, etching, airblock and others) and then discuss with your dentist where the problem may lie. You should be able to solve the problem together for sure.
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Posted 6 years ago
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a front tooth veneer broke off, a temp has been tried for 6 weeks and will not adhere, the tooth is starting to get sensative, what are my options at this point when the new veneer comes in will it do the same thing

Could be the bite. Deep bites have a tendency to break veneers. Or it could be the tooth was prepared too deeply into the dentin.

If the new one breaks, it is time to consider a full porcelain crown. I have seen many cases where veneers were done when a full crown would have been a more reliable treatment.
Posted 6 years ago
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a front tooth veneer broke off, a temp has been tried for 6 weeks and will not adhere, the tooth is starting to get sensative, what are my options at this point when the new veneer comes in will it do the same thing

I'm confused, if it's taken 6-weeks why do you not have your new veneer by now? I would quit trying to do the same thing over-and-over and try to get back to a permanent restoration ASAP. The sensitivity is not uncommon, and at this point, should not be a problem other than discomfort. Sorry for your situation!
Posted 6 years ago
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Go to your dentist for proper checkup.
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