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Halacha - dental work
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: If you can remove it yourself easily and can tolerate boiling water than it should be kashered through hagola. If it might be damaged by boiling water I addressed that in a question regarding a child's bite-plate. If it cannot be removed, it is the same as fillings which I also addressed in an earlier question. Pardin my brevity, but I just had a baby boy today.
posted:2008-04-16 22:07:05

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