Tooth jewelry, or tooth gems, were popular in the 1990s but have been making a comeback recently. While some people think it is a new idea, tooth jewelry actually started thousands of years ago. Many people from media stars to people just like you are interested in adding some extra style to their smiles.
While many stores do take the proper sterilization steps, the health of your teeth and your overall oral health are just too important to risk having it done outside of a dental office. Not only will our dentist and team make sure that your visit is safe and comfortable, but they will also discuss with you how best to care for your teeth after your visit and the issues you should be aware of once the jewelry has been placed. For example, if you decide to have a tooth gem added to your smile, you will need to spend the right amount of time brushing and flossing to make sure that the area around your new gem or ornament stays clean and healthy.