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4.3 | 2,375 customer ratings
81% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Wow, I tried every kinda cement & everyday they would chip! I couldn’t eat ):
Dentist Totally left a hole in my mouth, I didn’t have a structure to hold it properly, this cement work grate and allows me to press it to the side before it got hardened and actually built a side structure, no pain and I can eat, so far it’s lasted,
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By Royal
I had front teeth crowns done 6months ago. Recently I got one crown fall and went to see a dentist. He recommended my crown but the next day it fell off again. After using 100$ , I didn't want to waste more money and searched for something that I can fix by myself. I found this product on Amazon and purchased. I followed the instruction.
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By Amazon Customer
This stuff is just as good as what the dentist. No irritation to gums. My front cap fell out when chewing. I looked a mess and wouldn't go out until I got this glue. I received it within 48 hours. You have to mix it. Its like a cement but easy to use. It lasted for one month. Then I redid it. working great. It sure beats paying
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By Cindy
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4.5 | 445 customer ratings
86% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I have used "G-S Hypo Cement Precision Applicator" for years. I have learned the hard way to only buy one at a time because the cement glue will not last for more than several months in an open or unopened tube. They always manage to deteriorate, get permanently clogged or cease to be usable after many uses. But as long as the
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By SKC
Hard to believe that you are using a thin hypodermic needle to apply glue that you ideally will use a magnifier over, and there's a needle in the cap that FITS INSIDE OF THE DISPENSER TIP. I read comment before I bought this that you'll need a magnifier to replace the cap, and it is absolutely true for me. This is cool as all get out
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By SFO Bro
Where has this glue been all my life? I do 1/12th scale models (doll houses to the average person...lol) and the "needle" type applicator is wonderful. Be sure to dot your glue where you want it and immediately insert the cap (with its needle) back into the tube, carefully so as not to bend the "needle"
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By Regular Shopper
4.7 | 51 customer ratings
92% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
This is used for installing body panels on cars and trucks . This is meant to be used to lap panels together when replacing or installing patch panels or new body panels . A special gun is needed for large panels but you can push out the two parts onto pieces of cardboard and mixed by hand if you are doing smaller patches but keep ratio
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By john
Ease of use and holding
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By igor
Great stuff, wear
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By s.kelley
4.1 | 43 customer ratings
80% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
used to replace a filling as well as fill a cavity. Great care must be takes to get it right the first time. Saved me nearly a thousand dollars and very pleased with the final results 2 months
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By Jeep Pro
I am an extended functions dental assistant but purchased for quick replacement of my kids brackets on their braces versus having to wait for appointment. Being in the dental field with a specialty in pediatrics though i will say i dont recommend telling your dentist if you use it for this purpose as they will encourage you not to and
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By BeBe Gambini
No where in the description when I purchase it does it say that this resin needed light to cure it. So all the instruction are written in a Asian script but every once and a while they write a word in English and in this case the words were light curing composite resin. Now it needs light, but what kind of light and how long??????? One
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By Jeff