Fair play, not many people try DIY dentistry.No just put a drop of superglue on the end of what was knocked out and then held it in for a few seconds. It lasted for a couple of years, it is not recommended but did the job. I once also stitched myself on the leg . I also once put a splint on a broken wrist ( snuff box) that did the job for four days until I got to a Doc, Drove 600km over dirt roads with the home made splint. Bloody sore .. took a few brufen
Sometimes you just got to do what you have to do.
Super glue is actually widely used in dentistry, especially for gluing bits of false teeth and orthodontic braces together. But they call it cyanoacrylate, which sounds much more up-market. No glue was going to hold a broken tooth together anyway, you'd need a crown or an implant.
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A couple of times when I had metal stitches, I took them out with a pliers after about 2 weeks. Don't leave it too long though, or your flesh grows around them.
You're expected to go back to the hospital and queue up there for about 3 hours so they can remove them, but fcuk that.