Tooth decoration

Teeth can be decorated by gold and other precious metals, jewels, and specifically developed dental materials.

Rock crystals and Swarovski crystals are a common source of tooth jewels. Their faceting is computer-controlled under industrial conditions, which allows the jewel's facets to sparkle in the light like a true diamond. Your smile will shine.

Up-to-date techniques and qualified personnel make your tooth decoration painless and safe.

Tooth decorations range from 1 to 4 mm in diameter depending on the type and shape. The declaration shape is limited only by your fantasy: stars, drops, rhombi, squares, dolphins, etc. Tooth decorations are totally flat and do not extend over the tooth surface, which prevents food accumulation. If your dentist's recommendations are followed, tooth decorations can last for a year or two without any discomfort.

Tooth decorations are commonly fixed on the upper front teeth such as lateral incisors or cuspids (in the smile zone) without damaging the enamel.

Tooth decorations can hide tooth surface defects such as enamel erosion or surface caries.

The outer surface of tooth decorations is mirror-like polished. Light falling on it does not extinct but completely reflects as a cascade of rays, particularly, in the floodlight in a nightclub or on the stage.

Tooth decorations have become particularly popular among young people as a way to express their personality and to astonish people. The shapes and colors are so diverse that persons of riper years can also find something interesting. There are also decorations for babies with milk teeth.