Monday, August 15, 2011

Temporary Tooth Tattoos Take Over Japan

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I'm all for individual expression, but this is taking it a little too far.  It seems that the latest fashion trend in Japan, is temporary tattoos for the teeth.
While Japan is often on the cutting edge of fashion, this just strikes me as taking things a bit too far.
According to "":
The process of the teeth art is simple and safe enough according to the magazine, chosen items are attached to the tooth by a special glue, using LED light which simply fastens and dries the glue. The “tattoo” is easily removed after a few days (according to the information given at “Heart Dental Clinic” in Minato Ward in Tokyo) and in this way, you can freely design your personal combination and display different and unique smiles whenever you want.


  1. One interesting thing about dental pain
    There is clove oil that is easily available in the market has proven great for the removal of the pain and the infection. Put the oil on the wisdom teeth and the effected gum area to get the desired results. You can also use the garlic and rock salt to mix it with the clove oil as it is one of the bets home based remedies to get rid of the pain. At home you can also use clove oil to make a paste that can be applied directly to the painful teeth by mixing it with the peeper powder and almost one quarter rock salt. You can also use wheat grass juice as a mouth wash to avoid the pain caused by the wisdom teeth as this juice stops bacterial growth in the mouth.
    I got this from the site of I hope you do too good.

  2. Thanks for the update. I’ll be sure to check it out soon.

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  3. This is something really very interesting. It seems to be a newest kind of dental art. I have heard about all on 4 dental implant and some other new procedures of cosmetic dentistry but this is really something new to make your smile more noticeable.

  4. The teeth tattoos would surely make a person stand out! This could be a big hit to youngsters around the world. I wonder how dentists find this.

    -Hertha Gearin