posted on Dec, 19 2017 @ 09:06 PM
a reply to: Kester
I had a friend right after college, a pretty woman, but she had osteogenesis imperfecta. That is a genetic condition with weak bones and teeth. For
her, she would break bones easily, and her teeth would fall out.
She used superglue to put them back in, but they were her original teeth, not made of clay.
It worked sometimes. Her glued-in teeth were a hue darker than her originals, but you would need to look closely to tell
I would never have known, except that while out drinking one night with a group of people, she knocked one of her teeth out, went into the bathroom,
and returned with it glued back into place. I can't criticize that, because it was a lot cheaper than a dentist, and apparently her teeth fell out a
lot anyway. She was fun hah. There was another time which she fell down, again out drinking, and broke her cheek bone, got a black eye, and broke
her wrist all in one go. She acted like it was nothing, and didn't even complain. I think her life made her really tough.
But I am not sure how clay would work. Do you still have your original tooth?
edit on 19-12-2017 by Fowlerstoad because: typo