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Tooth Gems

What is Tooth Gems?

Tooth gems are small, decorative jewel(s) that are applied to the surface of your teeth, adding a touch of sparkle and individuality to your smile. 


Our skilled technicians delicately place these gems using safe and non-invasive techniques, ensuring a comfortable experience for our clients.


These gems are securely bonded to the enamel of your teeth, creating a lasting adornment that can withstand normal daily activities such as eating and brushing. With proper care, tooth gems can last anywhere from several months to a year or more, depending on factors such as oral hygiene habits and the location of the gem.


At our studio, we offer a wide range of gemstone colors and shapes to suit your personal style and preference. Whether you're looking for a subtle accent or a bold statement piece, we have the perfect tooth gem for you.

You can take advantage of complimentary consultations to select your gems, finalize your design, and preview what your finished design will look like.

Am I a good candidate for the treatment?

  • Not recommended for anyone 16 years of age or younger, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 

  • Not recommended for anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • Not recommended for anyone who has visible cavities or gum tissue is receding. 

  • Not recommended for anyone with extreme teeth sensitivity.

How long does Tooth Gems last?

Different factors such as oral hygiene and habits will affect the longevity of this treatment. On average, you can expect anywhere from 2 to 3 months to a year or more. 

Tooth Gems: Text

Pre/Post Care for Tooth Gems

Pre-Care Instructions

  • No dental concerns.

  • Please brush your teeth prior to the appointment. 

Post-Care Instructions

  • Avoid consuming any food or drink for the first hour after the treatment.

  • Eat only soft food for the first 24 hours (No sticky food, spicy food or acidic drinks).

  • Do not use an electric tooth brush when brushing teeth. It's best to use a soft bristled brush.

  • Avoid brushing teeth for 12-24 hours.

  • No chewing gum or make sure to chew on the side where there isn't a tooth gem.

  • Avoid touching or playing with your tooth gem.

  • Always be mindful when biting into certain foods (ex: apples, sandwiches, etc) so that they do not pull or remove the tooth gem.

Tooth Gems: FAQ
Tooth Gems: Pro Gallery
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