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Answered: Can dental bridge that came off be reused?

No, you can not reuse that bridge again, and I would like to suggest you that go to dentist for the same. As before applying bridge your teeth needs to be cleaned. visit this link you will come to know the answer of your question. http://www.daltechsystems.com/product/captek/

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Isn't he Idi's brother?

Answered: How to set up duplicate bridge boards for 2-1/2 tables

It I knew, I would tell you lynn. PG and Oron are bridge players. Hopefully, one of them will tell you.

Answered: How many bridges in brooklyn

I don't know the exact number but according to my research there are many bridges in Brooklyn. The most popular of them is the Brooklyn Bridge which connects Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooklyn_Bridge http://www.primehomesny.com/

Answered: What is a temporary bridge

A dentist might make a temporary bridge. The Army Corps of Engineers also can make a temporary bridge. One type is a Bailey Bridge. http://baileybridge.com/

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Harry Wesler Cover Jr. For Eastman Kodak
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Is reconstructing your mouth something that your ...

Dental insurance of the type you need is not available on an individual basis and can only be obtained through a group or business. No, reconstruction is not usually a covered benefit, and there is probably a specific exclusion for that type of dental work. I suggest you find a more reasonably ...

What are bridging loans?

A bridge loan is interim financing for an individual or business until permanent or the next stage of financing can be obtained. Bridge loans are typically more expensive than conventional financing to compensate for the additional risk of the loan. "Keven Sewell Mortgages"