What is Dental Jewellery

The hip hop culture of the 80’s saw an era where youngsters began to adopt dental fashion, a concept new in those days and relatively common now. Today we see a lot of people, both young and old, seeking consultation on dental jewellery. Along with smile makeovers, people also like to enhance the look of their tooth / teeth using ornaments and precious stones.

There are various options to choose from when it comes to tooth jewellery. You can opt for a sparkling crystal glass design, or go for gemstones such as ruby, or even precious metals like gold and silver. Diamonds of various types are also preferred. Be it the classic white diamond or an aquamarine blue diamond, all stones give a different yet elegant look as they shine through your smile.

Advantages of the procedure

  • No drilling
  • No tooth preparation
  • No loss of tooth structure
  • Quick and painless
  • The ornament can be removed or replaced anytime.

The procedure is completely safe and so is the jewellery that is used. It lasts for a duration of 15 minutes, and just like any orthodontic bracket, the design is bonded to the tooth structure. It is thus removable at any time and can also be replaced with a new design. As there is no drilling involved, no harm to the teeth is caused and the procedure is completely pain-free.