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Tooth gems are small decorative accessories that attach to the surface of a tooth and have recently increased in popularity. At times, those placing the gems are not aware of the damage they may cause orally. It is important to consult with a dental professional prior to proceeding with a gem in order to understand the risks. Some of these risks may include difficulty cleaning around the gem leading to tooth decay, swallowing the gem if dislodged, and harmful/unsafe oral adhesives being used.
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