Tooth Gems

Make your smile sparkle!

Tooth gems are a popular cosmetic trend that involves adding small jewels or gems to the surface of teeth, adding a touch of bling to your smile.

 Whether you want something subtle or eye-catching, there's a tooth gem out there for you. And the best part? They're completely safe and won't damage your teeth. So why not give your smile a little extra sparkle with tooth gems?

Types of Tooth Gems

We have a large selection of tooth gems, precious gems and gold accented tooth gems. We are always getting new stock in, but if you'd like to request a specific one, let us know and we'll order it in for you.

Tooth Gem FAQs

How long do tooth gems last?

Tooth gems can last anywhere from 1 month to 2 years+ depending on how you look after them. For example, biting into hard foods like apples can make the jewellery come off sooner.

Do tooth gems hurt?

Nope! Getting a tooth gem is typically a painless procedure. The process involves applying a small amount of dental adhesive to the tooth and then attaching the gem to the adhesive. 

 However, it is important to note that if the tooth gem is not applied correctly or if it is too large, it could cause discomfort or even damage to the tooth. So, it's important to choose a reputable and experienced professional to apply your tooth gem.

How are tooth gems removed?

Tooth gems are a popular trend in cosmetic dentistry, but like any other accessory, they may need to be removed at some point. The process of removing tooth gems is relatively simple and painless. Tooth gems are removed with specialty pliers. Although this sounds scary, it is quick and painless, They are gently pulled of the tooth, and if any excess adhesive is left, this is then polished off. 

Do tooth gems damage the teeth?

When applied correctly, tooth gems should not cause any harm to your teeth. However, it is important to have them applied by a professional who has experience with this procedure. Improper application or removal of tooth gems can result in damage to the enamel of your teeth or even cause them to chip or break. Therefore, it is crucial to do your research and choose a reputable professional to ensure that your tooth gems are both safe and beautiful.

What is the after care when getting tooth gems?

  • Do not eat or drink for at least 2 hours after your appointment
  • Wait for up to a minimum of 12 hours before brushing teeth
  • No electric tooth brushes
  • No charcoal tooth paste
  • The better care taken of the gems the longer they will last. Example – biting into hard foods such as apples can be damaging
  • Removal of tooth gems can be done by your trusted dentist
  • Tooth gems typically last between 3 – 24 months
  • If for any reason you lose your gem within the first month, it’ll be replaced for free
  • Tooth gems will not always adhere well to veneers or damaged teeth – gems can be applied but won’t be replaced for free if they come off within the first month


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