Knowing it would b temporary and in a few years would need more done
Age 51, Front Tooth Broken, No Pain, No Insurance, What's an Inexpensive Fix?
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Least expensive fix for broken front tooth
You can extract the tooth and put in a "flipper" which is dental languarge for a partial denture. It is used as a temporary fix for a bridge, but if money is a problem and you have no insurance, I would suggest you get a reinforced flipper. It can be reinforced with wire and will last a long time. Some people just continue to wear them until they wear out and have another one made. Hope this helps you.
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