Tooth Gems Now Available!


Tooth gems are specially designed to bond firmly to the surface of the tooth. Made of 22-24k gold or 18k white gold set with diamonds or precious stones covering 1/4 – 1/3 of the surface – tiny and elegant it will enhance your smile without risk of damage or allergies. The diamonds we use are brilliant cut Wesselton SI 0,01 ct in all models.

How is a Tooth gem attached?
For a durable bonding The gems are glued with a dental composite glue. The bonding procedure is similar to bonding an orthodontic bracket, which leaves the tooth intact and allows an easy removal.

The gold setting is made with a slightly curved back to follow the shape of the tooth. The adhesive is applied by to the tooth, the gem set in place and light cured for 60 seconds to harden the composite.

The wearer may feel the Tooth gem during the first few days of attachment. However, he or she will quickly get used to the presence of the gem. They are small and flat, designed to be barley felt..

Bonding dental jewelry is a fast and easy procedure. The adhesive is applied to the tooth, the gem set in place and light cured for 60 seconds to harden the composite.

Some dental places charge over $150.00 just to glue the gems to There patient’s teeth Where you have to supply and pay for the gem itself. Some of these pieces can cost up to $100 or more each but I buy them in bulk where my investments allows me to charge you less.

How much does is cost? It’s just $50.00 for the procedure plus The cost of the gem or gold symbol like a diamond star…Total for everything… just $150

Whatever you choose-will stay on until you decide to have it removed. Anyone who has had braces know they leave no mark on the tooth once removed.

After the Tooth gem is installed just let it sparkle as long as you like then just ask your dentist to polish off or keep it and enhance your smile for many years.

Will the jewel harm the tooth? Answer… “NO” the gem / gold symbol is bonded to the surface of the enamel like an orthodontic bracket. No drilling or permanent change.

How do I remove a Tooth gem?
Removal should be performed by a dental professional. Removal is done by the dentist in the same manner braces are removed – the gem is polished off and will leave no visible mark on the tooth. The removal process only takes a couple seconds.

Will Tooth gem impede dental hygiene?
No, the presence of the Gem will encourage brushing, since it brings more attention to the smile. You will also chew and have your teeth professionally cleaned as usual. The area underneath the Tooth gem is sealed and will not be open for any bacteria..

July 8th, 2018|Shop|0 Comments

Nose Piercing Demonstration

So you want your nose pierced? This is actually my slow version. I usually do them in a split second. At FOREVER INK we only use titanium or white or yellow gold. We do not use stainless steel because it has nickel in it and many people are allergic to it especially Hispanics and African-Americans. We use the best to protect you. Text message me at 407-398-5646 if you would like to have this procedure done. Other places do it for $20 but remember you get what you pay for and they are definitely not using titanium or gold like we do and you will get that little bubble bump by the jewelry and once you see that bump you might as will just take the jewelry out and let it heal and then come here and get it done the right way. Have a great day!

May 27th, 2018|Demonstrations|0 Comments

Piercing World Record

1400 Piercings Per Hour: Piercing World Record

Written By Paul Malakai Messina

On May 16th 2015 In Piscataway, New Jersey, Paul AJ Rathbun set out to beat a world record set previously by himself back in Feb 2012 where the old record set at 946 needles pierced through skin in one hour.  Paul, being a side show performer did a routine called the “HUMAN PIN CUSHION”. Which involves taking a needle and skewering it through a portion of his skin. He had been doing this routine for so long that one day he literally just thought… Hey I should set a piercing World Record. His old show partner asked him what he would do to set the World Record  and Paul said strongly… Maybe I’ll do a pincushion never seen for the most “Surface Piercings” in one hour which consists of piercing the skin with a 18 gauge needle with an entrance of the needle and an exit.  And then It just kind of went from there and Paul Rathbun made it a reality. To beat the previous WORLD RECORD of 946 piercings, Paul brought together a team of professionally trained Body Piercers from all over the state of New Jersey. That crew consisted of Yours truly… Paul Malakai Messina “MASTER PIERCER”, Allison Lahikainen, John “BOOTS” Flerchinger and Jamie Di Palma. All Piercers are professionally trained in the Arts of Body Modification and were all there to make the new WORLD RECORD of 1400 piercings through human skin in 1 hour. It takes skill and precision to execute piercings such as these and this is and was an extremely dangerous procedure so kids… DON’T TRY THIS AT HOME!!! All the needles were pre sterilized in an autoclave prior to the event. “MASTER PIERCER” Paul Malakai Messina personally threw 767 needles into the calfs and lower torso of Paul Rathbun and the rest of the needles were performed by the remaining 3 EXTREMELY talented Body Piercers. WE GOT 1399 NEEDLES into Paul’s body just one minute under the hour mark and the LAST 1400th needle was entered into Paul’s body by the man himself. This was and is a memory I will forever cherish. At first when I received the call where a voice on the other end of the phone was asking me if we had a Body Piercer that would like to help out and set a World Record for 1400 piercings in one hour, I said to myself… HELL NO!!!… Im not even gunna attempt to do this.. Then I asked who is the lunatic attempting to do such an insane number of piercings in one hour and was told.. A guy named WYCK aka Paul AJ Rathbun. So… I knew this guy from being tattooed by Alex Pea at our former studio Inksanity Tattoo in Somerset, NJ and I knew I could help the amazing Piercing team he already had so I said “YES” and the rest is WORLD RECORD HISTORY…

March 17th, 2016|Demonstrations|0 Comments