Stick-On Crooked Teeth are Designed to Attract Timid Admirers

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 10, 2011 • References: takagi-ds & cnngo
The job of a dentist is to make your pearly whites as healthy and attractive as they can possibly be, but a new fad in Japan glorifies just the opposite. Stick-On Crooked Teeth, or Tsuke-yaeba have become popular amidst some who find their braces-perfect smiles to be intimidating to the opposite sex.

So, these people can actually visit clinics like Dental Salon Plaisir to have a flat plastic set glued onto their top and bottom enamels in a procedure that costs around $400. The gnarly gnashers are just temporary, but with color-matching and accurate application, they'll provide a rather realistic first impression of your mouth.

The concept of Stick-On Crooked Teeth might seem a little backwards, but if you're attracted to the insecure sort, these imperfect chompers might just open up your pool of potential suitors. Stats for Reverse Orthodontia Procedures Trending: Older & Average
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