Tooth Jewels

Tooth jewelry is bonded to the enamel of a tooth. The tiny spot where the jewel is placed is etched to make the surface microscopically rough. Some bonding liquid and a drop of dental composite are then bonded with the jewel onto the surface of the tooth. The procedure is fast, basic, and painless.

Tooth jewels come in a lot of shapes and stones. There are gold and white gold jewels with designs such as, stars, hearts, motor cycles, crosses, golf balls, butterfly's, etc.. Jewels come in numerous colors such as, amethyst, blue, pink, white, and red.

ToothJewelry is applied by a dentist who uses a small amount of adhesive, in a manner similar to the application of orthodontic braces. The backside of ToothJewelry is specifically patented to maintain adherence to the tooth, allowing the jewelry to be worn indefinitely.