Have you ever heard of dental jewelry, otherwise known as twinkles? This is an option for people who want to enhance their smile with the possibilities of modern cosmetic dentistry. See if this is an option for you, too.
What is dental jewelry?
The fashion for dental jewelry came to us from the USA and Western Europe. Twinkles were used by Mick Jagger and Victoria Beckham, among others. At the very beginning it is worth explaining what exactly dental jewelry is. It is an ornament made of completely safe and non-toxic material such as gold, crystals or precious stones. It comes in a variety of shapes – hearts, animal motifs, and more. The only limit is your imagination!
Is dental jewelry an option for everyone?
What conditions must our teeth meet to wear dental jewelry? It is possible only in case of healthy teeth with strong enamel. So if you are seriously interested in this topic, first go for a dental check-up. In addition to decay, tartar or inflammation of the teeth, contraindications in this case also include artificial teeth and allergy to dental materials.
How does the procedure look like?
At the outset, it is worth noting that dental jewelry can only be fitted by a dentist. It is not something we can do on our own at home. What does the procedure look like? It is completely painless. It also does not affect the surface of the tooth. The jewelry is glued to the enamel surface with composite adhesives, which are hardened by the light of a professional lamp used for this purpose. Keep in mind that slight discomfort is possible right after the procedure. The body needs time to get used to the new situation. After the procedure you should refrain from eating for a few hours and you should not brush your teeth for several hours. You can drink fluids right away.
Is there any risk of side effects?
Every procedure carries some risk, also in the case of implantation of dental jewelry you have to reckon with possible unpleasant complications. They are not frequent, but they do occur. These include erosions and wounds of the mucous membrane, as well as discoloration
How do I care for my dental jewelry?
The lifespan of dental jewelry ranges from a few months to even a few years, but it is worth remembering that the ornament is semi-permanent and you should avoid pressing it, as it may deteriorate. When it comes to hygiene after the procedure, you should brush your teeth as thoroughly as you did before it. Also, remember to floss and have regular check-ups with your dentist.
Twinkles lets you express your style
Tooth jewelry is a great option that allows you to express your individual style no less than classic ornaments. If you value originality and are always looking for new solutions to show off your “self”, twinkles are definitely something that may interest you. Decorative crystals can take many different forms, so everyone will find something perfect for themselves. The cost of the treatment is about 100 zł. To this must be added the price of the jewelry itself