Decking up your ears, neck, ankles and wrists with precious stones is nothing new! If you are a trendsetter, you can go for dental jeweler and get a gem attached to your teeth for a dazzling smile.
Dental jeweler rivets precious, semi-precious or metal crystals on the teeth so that the teeth shine every time one smiles. It's quite a new fashion and its catching up fast.
The process of fixing a crystal on your tooth is not very complicated and takes just 10-15 minutes. After a mouth hygiene process, the jewel is stuck on the tooth with an adhesive substance used in dental practices.
People going in for this procedure don't have too many trepidations since it's easy, not too time-consuming, is detachable and, most significantly, painless.
The dental jewel can last a fairly long time. If the jewel gets loose suddenly, it can be re-attached without much pesters.
In older times people used to go for gold and silver covers to hide their decayed or damaged tooth. But dental jewelry, wherein nothing is done to the tooth except fixing a crystal on it.
People from all ages are supporting this style, but it is more popular among the fashion-conscious younger generation who have earlier trial with body piercing and tattoos.
Even though other colored stones are also used for the teeth, diamonds with a flat back and properly cut are the most common stones.
Getting a crystal on your tooth is not a very expensive procedure. It starts at around $129 and can go up to $538, depending upon the size and color of the crystal used.