If your teeth are very nice but you desire to improve your beauty even more, you can decorate your teeth with a jewel. Your smile will be doubly impressive.
What is a dental jewel?
Dental jewel is a special decoration, for example diamond or another stone, which can be attached to your teeth without consequences.
Are you a suitable candidate for application of a dental jewel?
If you desire to endow your smile with a jewel and the teeth to which the jewel should be attached are healthy, you can be a suitable candidate for this treatment.
It is necessary to consider your expectations and realize that the dental jewel will be a new, significant part of your look. Be prepared that people can stare at you, most of them will appreciate the beauty of your decorated smile, but some of them can consider it too extravagant.
Before the application of dental jewel
During the consultation with your doctor, you will choose the jewel and the tooth, to which the jewel should be attached. The doctor will check the condition of your tooth, if it is too damaged, he can recommend to attach the jewel to another tooth.
The application of dental jewel is completely painless and does not require any anesthesia.
The application procedure
After a perfect mouth hygiene, the jewel is stuck on the tooth with an adhesive substance, similar to the substance used to fix the retainer. This process does not damage the enamel, which is a big advantage.
After the application
You will probably need few hours to get used to the small jewel in the mouth.
The doctor provides you with all instructions concerning the care of dental jewels. Most important is perfect mouth hygiene.
Is it possible to remove the jewel?
The dental jewel is attached to the tooth with a substance, which does not damage the enamel, it is therefore possible to remove it or change it without consequences.
How long does the dental jewel last?
The dental jewel can last a relatively long time, it is however limited by the stress put on the decorated tooth and dental care. If the jewel gets loose unexpectedly, it is possible to reattach it without consequences.
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