Imako Cosmetic Teeth Extras- Tooth Tinted Plastic- Natural Color. Temporary Tooth
Temporary Tooth, A More Natural Color, Imako Cosmetic Teeth Extras Tooth Tinted Plastic Natural Color
- Made with non-toxic ingredients that make it safe to use
- Equipped with a tool that helps to make upper and lower teeth
- Comes in a natural color that mimics a more natural color of actual teeth
- May find difficult to do initially
Analysis of 73 reviews for Imako Cosmetic Teeth Extras- Tooth Tinted Plastic- Natural Color. Temporary Tooth
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We analyzed a total of 73 reviews for this product out of which, 49 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 63% reviews were positive while around 33% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Imako Cosmetic Teeth Extras- Tooth Tinted Plastic- Natural Color. Temporary Tooth
This product received a total score of 8.92 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 6 features:
Users of this product said
It took a lot of research and experimentation, and if you are drinking with them, you will likely need to put them in a little bit of hot water as you go throughout the day.
3.) A plastic veneer that is heated and used to build a tooth behind the veneer, and a kit that has upper and lower trays that you heat up and mold to your teeth, and a plastic veneer that is heated and used to build a tooth behind the veneer.
They will not last forever, even if you get a good one, because daily use will make them dirty and wear them out, even if you get the perfect one.
It is a much more delicate material to work with and not so heavy after it has hardened.
I have regained my smile, and am smiling bigger than ever, and they last a really long time as well.
Question & Answers
There is a video demo of how to use the pink/white extras and fitting beads, but there is no demonstration on how to use the extra tooth tinted plastic.
It's simple to boil it mold and set it.
Is it possible that it takes a long time to harden?
Once removed from hot water, typical thermoplastic will remain a fullY pliable "gel" for about 10 seconds. As it begins to set, you'll have an additional 15-30 seconds to finalize the general shaping of the plastic.
What is it made out of?
The molded plastic can be put in hot water to work.
Is it possible to use the tooth that fell out as a mold?
Don't leave the mold hollow, it's Yes.
How long will it stay on once it's hardened?
If you have any doubt, take a sip of hot water and then dip your teeth in it until you can pull it off.