Dental Jewellery



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Tooth jewellery is a cosmetic dental procedure in which diamond or any other stone is attached to the tooth surface in order to gain the spark and to look more fashionable.

Aesthetics has become an important aspect of dentistry over the past few years and has led to the development of new materials and techniques. Everybody wishes to create their own unique style. Body decoration has also gained influence with the wearing of jewellery at unconventional sites is being referred to as body art.

Now a days, the expression of individualism through such kind of body art like tooth jewellery has become popular; especially, among the younger generations  it has become the latest trend, it is common to see tooth jewellery worn by  hip-hop artists and disc jockeys to add on to their performance.

It is not very costly procedure with price varies according to the designs of the jewel which is being used. It is a painless procedure takes up to only 10-15 minutes for its completion. Moreover, tooth jewellery is a cosmetic dental procedure in which diamond or any other stone is attached on the tooth surface. With the increasing interest of cosmetic dentistry among people the use of dental jewellery has been gaining importance day by day. Unlike earlier methods which involved drilling and setting the jewel into the tooth, a little bit of composite material is used to attach the jewel to the tooth.



Dental tattoos are custom designs which are added to dental crowns before the crowns are sealed and set in the mouth. Dental tattoos can be applied to any tooth and they have wide range of styles, colours, and designs.

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Twinkles are specially designed to be bonded to the tooth and its patented backside is similar to an orthodontic bracket which makes them to stay

so long. Twinkles are pure gold and precious stones ike diamonds, sapphire and ruby.







Tooth gems are crystals glass mounted on a thin foil of aluminium. They help in creating spark available in different shapes and colours.


Grilling can have a significant impact on oral health. First of all, the wearing of this type of device causes a hygiene problem. The accumulation of food debris can quickly damage the enamel of the tooth. Wearing a grill can also cause problems with speech, occlusion and frequent injuries to gum tissue. It is not recommended.






Tongue piercing has been very popular since the early 2000s. However, it is strongly discouraged by the vast majority of dental health professionals.

Lingual piercing can cause an injury to the lingual nerve that can cause paresthesia (numbness and loss of sensitivity). It can also cause irreversible damage to teeth. It is not recommended.






Oral piercing, like lingual piercing, is definitely not recommended. This type of intervention is often performed by people who have no medical knowledge or skills, exposing their clients to high risks that they are unaware of.

In addition, rubbing the jewel or poor chewing habits can lead to loosening of the gums, localized bone loss and therefore the loss of the affected teeth. Dental fractures are also possible.

In short, before choosing a piercing, you must think carefully because the consequences can be significant.

It is not recommended.








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