Dental materials to make art!


In this video, an artist uses common dental materials to make art! Alginate, which is usually used to take impressions of teeth, is here prepared in a bucket and hands are placed in it. After a few minutes the alginate hardens and the hands are delicately removed without tearing or causing distortion on the impression material.

Then the hands impression needs to be casted. The material used is plaster, which hardens after about an hour. When the alginate is removed, an artistic statue is created!

Source of the video : 3 Boyutlu Bebek el ayak kalıbı

The smile of Tim Borrmann


Tim Borrmann is a young German-born model who figures in several clothing brands including Tommy Hilfiger and Tom Tailor. On his photos he usually has particularly serious look. Unfortunately in several pictures he is smoking, which is bad for his dental health and general health.

But it was possible to find some pictures of Tim Borrmann where he was smiling

or laughing genuinely, showing his beautiful teeth. Hoping that he will keep them healthy for a long time!

Audrey Hepburn smiles!


Audrey Hepburn charmed the cameras with her beautiful and graceful smile, from the times that she was an actress, and the periods of her life where she was a humanitarian.

Marilyn’s smile


Marilyn Monroe always expressed grace and sincerity in her genuine smile, and this completed her glamorous and sexy look.

If you want to achieve a beautiful smile like the one that Marilyn, you don’t necessarily need expensive dental treatments. But you must work on your oral and facial hygiene, as well as on your attitude!

Here is the gallery of Marilyn Monroe’s smile:

Japanese dental clinic and residence in Nagano


This beautiful architectural work is located in Nagano, Japan. It is a dental clinic, but also the residence of the dentist that owns it. It is 3.75 meters high, and has an area of 274 square meters.








It’s a reinforced concrete building where the outside is made of urethane resin paint and photo-catalytic treatment. Where the inside walls and ceilings are made of acrylic acid resin paint. Homogeneous vinyl tile covers the floor. The construction was completed in the year 2005.

Tooth cupcake


Here’s how to make a cupcake in the shape of a tooth! I don’t know the exact recipe, but it’s an opportunity to be creative and try ingredients. Enjoy exploring and savouring, but don’t forget to brush your teeth after!

Tooth cupcake


Tattoo on your tooth


Did you say a tattoo in the shape of a tooth on your body? No it’s actually a tattoo on your tooth! Or at least on a dental crown that your dentist then places on your tooth.









Patient instructions for lip bumper

Lip bumper

A lip bumper is an dental appliance designed by dentists or orthodontists that has the purpose of correcting or holding into position the lower adult molar teeth and making sure that they do not come forward until the adult premolars (bicuspids) have erupted.

When a young patient is wearing a lip bumper, here are the instructions to follow:

  • a lip bumper should be worn 24 hours per day with the only exception being to brush your teeth;
  • the lip bumper has been placed so that it can be removed for thorough brushing; however, should it become obvious that you are not wearing the bumper 24 hours per day, it can be tied in permanently;
  • When wearing the lip bumper, remember to hold your lower lip up and over it rather than letting it rest under the wire;
  • when removing the lip bumper for brushing, pull it out in a straight forward motion; don’t lift up on the appliance or rock it back and forth because this might eventually loosen the bands;
  • The lip bumper is a comfortable appliance and should not cause sore spots or break the skin; If you are having any problems with the it, call your dental office and they will adjust the lip bumper comfortably.

Is drinking carbonated water bad for you?


Some people think that carbonated water is as bad for your health as colas and soft drinks are. But scientific research has proved that some myths are wrong.

Facts about carbonated water:

  • it does not leach calcium from your bones;
  • it does not cause kidney stones;
  • it mildly strips the enamel from your teeth;
  • it mildly damages your stomach.

Source: Business Insider

We are what we eat



I was on Facebook today and found this illustration about a person eating a hamburger and fries, and drinking soda. That person seemed to be pregnant with Ronald McDonald himself!

The illustration might be an exaggeration, but I like the point it’s trying to make, that our body becomes the food that we eat. If we consume healthy foods, we tend to be healthier. But if we eat a lot of fast food, then we look and become unhealthy!

Another dental illustration by Victor Nunes


Last summer, I had displayed some of the artistic creations of Victor Nunes. He is a Brazilian artist who uses foods or instruments to complete his drawings, creating unique masterpieces! He had used toothbrushes as well.

But now I found something new that he designed. A drawing using dental instruments, which look more like orthodontic pliers! Above is what it looks like! And here’s the one with the toothbrushes:)

victor nunes toothbrushes