BAY STREET TATTOO CO.
Our gems are available in three different sizes, all in high
quality, clear Swarovski crystals.
Our tooth jewelry is made by Genuine Swarovski Crystals that are
small in diameter, have a flat back platinum surface and are applied
to the tooth using safe dental materials. Our application requires
no drilling and no holes. It is completely painless, will not harm
the tooth, and can be easily removed.
*It is non-invasive and painless.
*Requires no extra maintenance.
*Can be removed or replaced anytime has no effect on the tooth enamel
once the jewel is removed or replaced.
*Involves a procedure that only takes about 10 – 15 minutes and is
Q: How long will the tooth jewel last?
A: We make no guarantees however most gems last anywhere from 3-24 months.
The longevity of a gem on the tooth depends on the natural acidity of
your saliva and diet. Please brush your teeth well before your appointment
to ensure strong bonding.
Q: Can I feel the tooth jewel on my tooth?
A: Initially something on your tooth will feel different, but a few days after the application you will get used to the new feeling.
Q: Will the jewel harm my tooth?
A: No! The jewel is bonded to the enamel like an orthodontic bracket without any drilling or pain. The procedure and removal can be compared to orthodontic brackets. Brush, floss, and visit your dentist normally. Gem can be easily removed at any time by a dentist.
Q: Can I eat the same day?
A: Yes, please wait 30 minutes after the gem is applied to eat or drink.
Q: How old must you be for a tooth gem?
A: There is no more risk applying a gem to a child’s tooth than an adult’s. Dentists have been using the same bonding system to fit braces to children’s teeth for many years with no adverse effect. We do require parental consent for anyone under the age of 18.
Q: What if the jewel falls off and I swallow it?
A: It will simply pass through the system in the natural way with no adverse effect. Gems have no sharp edges.
Q: Can a gem be bonded to any tooth surface?
A: No, a gem cannot be applied to an artificial tooth surface such as crowns, caps, veneers or dentures.