Yes, I'd imagine they are a ceramic of some sort. Just like teeth.WTF do you think techs make teeth from? Ceramics still?
Yes, so they're epoxies. Just like I said. Just like knead-it. What was your point? Oh yes, you are telling me that I was right. Thanks for the confirmation.And I use a tube of his superglue (not superglue at all) on my fishing knots - like I said, he's a mate. I wear a couple of his crowns.
He also casts my lure heads out of vacuum bagged epoxy at night time for ******* and giggles while he's waiting for the kiln.
He also works with a maxillo facial surgeon (another mate) implanting titanium nutserts into smashed jaws then recreating people's teeth and faces after they have been through windscreens or had cancer, but hey wtf would he know about the products he's made his living from for the last 30 years and now lectures on as well?
When?When your home dentistry goes to crap and you develop an abcess in the jaw sent me a PM, I'll hook you up with some guys who actually know what they are doing.
I know. That's why I used it. What was your point?PHd in chemistry? The material's already invented mate.
No doubt the dental product is a different grade. But it's also a whole lot more expensive, without justification. It's just an epoxy. If this one fails I just rebuild it.If whatever you are using has polished off in a few days I'd suggest you go find someone who has one or better still just use what the pros use
BTW it's still holding firm. And I've even now started chewing on it (but only soft stuff)