Posts Tagged ‘teeth’

Teeth Ring

Filexd under: Art,Etsy,Fashion,Jewelry — Tags: , , , , , , — jane @

I’m not sure how I feel about this ring. The artist,┬áPolly van der Glas, takes real human teeth and incorporates them into jewelry. I guess if it was my own teeth I wouldn’t mind so much, but wearing someone else’s? Maybe if I was a cannibal that would make sense, but otherwise I think I’ll let the tooth fairy have mine to do with as she/he pleases. You can see her unique and beautiful designs here.

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Teeth Bangle

Filexd under: Art,Etsy,Fashion,Jewelry,Weird Stuff — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Whenever I go to the dentist they seem to be always taking imprints of my teeth. I hate having that done, but now I know what they do with them. They make bracelets out of them and sell them on Etsy. I’m beginning to think that I need a cut of the profits. If you’d like to maybe contribute to my daughter’s college fund and want some teeth around your wrist go here.


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Teeth Tea Cup

Filexd under: Art,Bar,beverage,Decor,Etsy,kitchen — Tags: , , , , , , , , — jane @

Well, this is an idea. Not sure it’s a good one, but hey who knows, right? I mean maybe it’ll catch on and be a thing. Or not. I think it’s cool to have displayed on a shelf, but I can’t imagine drinking out of it on a regular basis. It looks really uncomfortable and the fact that the “cup is not intended to sit in a damp area for a prolonged time” sounds to me like it wouldn’t make a good cup. Plus at $66 each it’s a pretty expensive cup to not get wet when that’s pretty much the job of a cup. Just sayin’. You can get your very own Teeth Cup here.


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Tooth Tattoos

Filexd under: Art,Misc.,Weird Stuff — Tags: , , , , — jane @

Tooth TattoosThis is not so much scary as just weird. I understand people wanting tattoos. It shows off your personality or what you care about, but this is just plain strange in my book. A dental lab in Salt Lake City called Heward Dental Lab will tattoo any image onto your crown or bridge. Prices range between $70 and $250 depending on the complexity. My question is what’s the point? No one can see it. I guess you could open your mouth really wide and pull your cheek out and you are also giving your dentist something interesting to look at. Beyond that though, I don’t know. It’s a lot of money to spend when no one is going to see it. I know people put tattoos in strange places and on their nether regions, but then at least someone is seeing it. Well, I assume, anyway. If you are really into looking creepy putting a skull on your front tooth might be pretty cool, but I get the impression from the website that they mostly do inside the mouth. I think I’ll stick with the more standard body parts, thank you.

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