Tooth jewellery q what is Tooth Jewellery?



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TOOTH JEWELLERY

Q What is Tooth Jewellery?



A Tooth Jewellery is the latest fashion craze to hit the UK. Tooth jewellery classic designs are an elegant compliment to standard jewellery. When placed on the tooth, the jewellery creates a distinctive expression of one’s individuality.
There are 2 main types of tooth jewellery available: -

  • Twinkles: - This is a collection of 24-carat gold and white gold jewellery. The jewellery is available in over 50 different designs with some including diamonds, sapphires and rubies.




  • Dental Gems: - Are a range of glass crystals are available in nine different colours – diamond, rainbow, ruby, sapphire, emerald, emerald green, aquamarine, pink, sapphire light.

Q Is The Jewellery For Males Or Females?



A Both – there are many different designs which appeal to everyone. Children under the age of 16 should have parental consent.

Q How Do You Apply them?



A The dentist will use a dental adhesive to apply the Jewellery to your tooth.

Q Does The Application Procedure Hurt?



A NO! – The procedure is similar to placing an orthodontic bracket on a tooth. There is no drilling involved and the procedure is completely painless

Q How Long Does The Application Procedure Take?



A The fitting procedure should take no more than 10 to 15 minutes

Q How Long Will The Jewellery Stay On My Tooth?



A The tooth Jewellery can last on your tooth indefinitely or for as long as you want it.

Q Will The Tooth Jewellery Harm My Tooth?



A When properly placed by a dentist, the tooth Jewellery will not damage or harm your tooth in any way. Tooth jewellery should only be applied to natural teeth.

Q How Do I Remove The Tooth Jewellery When I No Longer Want it?



A If you would like to remove your tooth Jewellery the it can be taken off by a dentist at any time

Q How Much Does It Cost?



A Prices vary from design to design, ask your dentist for more information


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