Tooth Gems

We use Authentic Genuine Swarovski Crystals

Non-invasive and painless procedure

Requires no extra maintenance

Will not harm your teeth

100% reversible

What is a tooth gem? 

Tooth gems, also known as tooth jewels, are semi-permanent crystals bonded to the tooth enamel to give your smile an extra bling. 

How is the gem applied? 

A small crystal is applied to your tooth using safe dental materials. The application is similar to placing an orthodontic bracket (braces) on a tooth. 

How long is the procedure? 

Application of a tooth gem typically takes 15-20 minutes. 

How old do I have to be to get a tooth gem?

You will need to be at least 18 years or older with a valid drivers license. 

Does the procedure hurt? 

No, this procedure is quick, easy and completely painless! No drilling and no holes are involved.

Will I feel the gem on my tooth? 

Since it is something on your tooth, it will feel different at first but after a few days, you will get used to the new feeling. 

What if the gem falls off and I swallow it?

It will simply pass through the system the natural way with no adverse affect. The jewels are lead-free, non-toxic and have no sharp edges. 

How long does it last?

With proper care, tooth gems can last anywhere between 2-12 months or longer. Longevity will also depend on the natural acidity of your saliva and diet. 

Can I still have my teeth professionally cleaned?

Yes, you can and should still have your teeth cleaned every 6 months by a dental professional. The gems will not cause any issues for your dental hygienist. 

How do I remove my gem if I longer want it?

Tooth gems are easy to remove. You will need to make an appointment with your dental professional to properly remove the gem(s) and any remaining bonding agents.


  • Severe, persistent, throbbing toothache

  • Tooth sensitivity 

  • Swollen lymph nodes

  • False, capped, or veneers teeth 

  • If you wear retainers 

  • If you have any major health conditions



  • Brush your teeth prior to appointment 

  • Eat beforehand as there is a 2 hour waiting period 

  • Do not drink acidic foods/drinks 12 hours before 

  • You can drink water immediately after

  • You cannot eat for a minimum of 2 hours after your service 

  • Soft foods only (non sticky) for 24 hours after

  • No alcohol or acidic food/drinks for 12 hours after 

  • No brushing for 12 hours. If you use an electric tooth brush, you will need to wait at least 48 hours after your service 

  • Do not touch or play with your tooth gem

  • Do not bite into hard foods with the tooth that has the gem on it 

Keep in mind, complete bonding takes 24 hours


After these 48 hours, it is important to maintain proper dental hygiene habits. Brush your teeth 2 times a day and floss at least once. Remember to visit your dental hygienist for regular profession cleanings.