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Dentists of today are finding that more and more people who consult them are no longer really patients. They are individuals who desire perfectly aligned, sparkling white teeth, who may even ask for tooth jewellery. These cosmetic procedures have to be accomplished by professionals with professional products. The dental jewellery Skyce does not need to be pre-treated and is bonded onto the tooth in the same way as an orthodontic bracket. This ensures that the health of teeth is maintained.
A tooth jewel is never harmful or unhealthy, if hygienically and correctly applied. Our expert dentists from Eledent make use of the best tools available today in the market, in placing the jewels with care and precision so that you don’t experience any pain or discomfort during or even after the procedure. These small glass crystals can also be removed easily, whenever one would like to.
What is Tooth Jewellery?
Tooth jewellery is an accessory which is placed on the front portion of your tooth. This style craze lets you express your individuality through your smile, making it more unique and fashionable. There are many different jewellery designs to choose from, and you can take your pick depending on your mood, or what you wish to express with your smile.
While clear braces are rising in popularity in the west, there is also a rising trend in tooth jewels. A small gem or precious metal charm can be adhered to a tooth and it can either be there temporarily or can last as long as you want it to. One of the pluses of having them applied with dental bonding material is that they don’t cause any permanent damage to your teeth.
A Tooth jewel applied according to our instructions on a natural tooth will stay on until you decide to have it removed again. Based on our experience it will certainly stay on for 6 months up to a few years.
Jewels are only 0.4 mm or 0.9 mm thick and 1.8 mm to 3 mm in diameter. Initially something on your tooth will feel different, but a few days after the application you will get used to the new feeling.
No, the presence of the gem will not make any difference regarding dental hygiene. However, it is recommended not to use an electric toothbrush for the first 24 hours after the jewel has been attached.
The jewels are tiny acrylic or glass crystals or gold. They have no sharp edges. It will basically come out "the natural way" the same as it went inside your body.
Yes, you can and should still have your teeth cleaned by a professional. Jewellery will not cause a problem for the hygienist cleaning your teeth. The area underneath the jewel is sealed like a filling and will not let in any bacteria. The hygienist can easily polish on top and around the jewel with a soft point