Attempting to glue a prosthesis yourself may make it irreparable thereafter. To repair a dental prosthesis, the denturist uses not glue (usually toxic), but rather an acrylic suitable for the damage of your prosthesis .

In some cases, it will be impossible to reuse the same broken tooth. A porcelain tooth is more brittle than an acrylic tooth.

A repaired dental prosthesis is more fragile mainly because the plastic of your prosthesis loses strength over time. Your denturist is an expert in dental prostheses; he will find a solution for you and will communicate you the recommendations of use.