I was told that Super Glue can cause Cyanide Poisoning, is this true? I have had to glue back in my dental crowns and dental bridge with super glue gel and have been doing this for more than 10 years. I have also had very poor health over these past 10 years and some of the problems the doctors can not solve. I am woundering if this might have something to do with it?
I know someone who has been doing it and nothing's happening. Other than that you would have to ask your dentist.
Yes!.. your problems could very well be from the super glue that you have been using!... I had a fake tooth in my mouth and when it broke I super glued it back into place.... For fives years I did it and just recently I started having muscle pains, fatigue, and a rash similar to the ring worm to come my body... The doctors did not know what it was but after I took out the tooth and threw it away immediately my symptoms went away. It was crazy because I call the poison control people and they told me that super glue is non toxic.. but i Truly think that that was the cause of my illness... The glue that your putting in your mouth is foreign to the body and your mucus can very well break down that glue...even worst the particles can be absorbed into your blood through your gums. I think that is what happened to me. but since I took that crap out of my mouth and really got my teeth fixed the right way I feel one thousand times better.... I think I was poisoning myself... I'm glad I caught it before it was too late.
White glues, such as Elmer's, bond by solvent evaporation. The solvent in Elmer's all-purpose school glue is water. When the water evaporates, the polyvinylacetate latex that has spread into a material's crevices forms a flexible bond. Super glue, on the other hand, undergoes a process called anionic polymerization.
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