Pink encrusts her teeth with jewels, and you should too. Peer pressure. Give in to it!
Pop singer Pink is presenting her bejeweled teeth with stylish pride wherever she goes. Teenage fans are following her fashion statement with Temporary Tooth Jewel Kits. The reversible and less expensive application styles smiles for a few weeks at a time.
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWeb) January 5, 2007 -- The trend that singer P!nk set with her "Diamonds" as she calls them, which are temporary gems bonded onto the tooth surface, is finding a huge following among fans and fashion enthusiasts.
DecoDent Teeth Jewelry introduces a new concept to style a smile on a smaller budget without the visit to the dentist. The DecoDenties Tooth Jewelry Home kit attaches tooth crystals temporary onto the surface of a clean tooth with an adhesive that's used in dentistry as well as in the medical field.
Following the instructions, there is no danger involved when attaching the crystals to the tooth. However the adhesive will also bond skin in seconds, warns Monika Linau, owner of DecoDent Tooth Jewelry. When correclty using the accessories as described in the kit, skin will not come in contact with the adhesivel.
"I love the fact that I can attach my 'tooth bling' just on the weekends when I go out and remove the jewel afterwards!" says 21-year-old Sara Stettler, who works at a law firm and doesn't want to display her sparkling accessory while at work.
The simple attachment procedure only takes a few minutes. Tooth jewels stay on the tooth for 1-4 weeks at a time depending on tooth structure and outside influences. They can be worn while eating and brushing teeth but also can be removed at any time by simply popping them off with a fingernail.
Four clear crystals come in the regular kit for $25.95 along with everything necessary to attach the tooth decoration. DecoDent also offers a custom kit on their website for $29.95, where colors and sizes of 6 tooth jewels can be selected for an individual home kit.
"Tooth Jewels are most popular with younger females, who wish to express their individualism, yet don't want anything permanent. It's a fun accessory that even parents can agree to, since it's removable and doesn't harm any body part," says dentist Dr. Connie Gnamm.
For more information or photos on this latest fashion trend, contact DecoDent at (800) 403-6815 or visit www.decodent.us.
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