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11/3/2016 10:47 PM

 If you like Twinkles, why not spread the word?

  

Twinkling Teeth Are A Thing and Twinkles is the best product on the market.

WRITE A BLOGPOST,  post a picture and write a review on your blog and provide the product link to our web page so people can find it easier.

FACEBOOK TASK: Take a selfie with the product, and post a status update to your Facebook followers with link to your blog post and a link directly to our webpage.

INSTAGRAM TASK: Take a selfie with the product. Add the selfie, with agreed # and tag our handle in the post.

Send us an email for more information.  

Millennials

6/21/2016 12:04 PM

Would you like the Millennials to step in to your office?

Are you missing of on the youngsters who stopped seeing a dentist when the parent’s insurance coverage ended? Catch their attention by promoting Twinkles tooth gems and offer a free checkup. Describe your service on your website and social media. Download copy and creative from bit.ly/1iZyeBt. And don’t forget to order our free brochures and permit us to list your clinic our map.

Comments | Posted in Bonding service By Lotta Loberg


To decide where to place the jewel, ask your client to smile a little and pay attention to how much of the teeth are showing.
The Twinkles should be visible only when you flash a charming smile. A front tooth placement makes it visible all the time and subject to strain when biting in to hard food like meats and fruit.
Point with a probe to the spot to ensure you are in agreement with your patient on where to place it. I like to suggest placement a little off center, front or back depending on which tooth used, and on the lower half.

Comments | Posted in Smile and jewelry Bonding service By Lotta Loberg

New Models

10/4/2015 5:39 PM

We can now introduce the Star of David 22k gold or 18k white gold.

 

The size is 3,8 mm diameter and 0,5 mm thick with a slightly curved backside to fit snug on your tooth


Would you like this with a diamond in the middle too? Please cast your vote for the new models in the community poll. Or give us some more good input on new models you desire.

0 Comments | Posted in News By Lotta Loberg

Bonding Tooth Jewelry is a 5 min procedure and can be done by a RDH in most states.

Profitability is good, especially if combined with other treatments. Swedish state clinics charges $50 for a procedure, excluding the price of the jewel.
WSDHA has concluded that bonding Twinkles is not a procedure altering the stucture of the tooth. Therefore this is a procedure that can be performed by a dental hygienist.

Twinkles gold setting is made with a slightly curved back to follow the shape of the tooth. A bonding procedure using etch, bond and flow would last several years, or until polished off. Complete instructions and a video can be seen on our website.

We recommend clinics to give a 6 month warranty on their work to secure client satisfaction, but experience show they will stay on for years. We guarantee the diamond setting for three years.

Some clinics carry a small stock of Twinkles at hand, other refer the patients to our website for purchase. Dental professionals receive a 15% discount on jewelry in our webstore.

Do you have any plans of introducing this service? We supply brochures for your clinic to test the interest. Why not wear one yourself?

Comments | Posted in Bonding service By Lotta Loberg

The Twinkles Start

9/23/2015 2:16 PM

We started the trend in Sweden 15 years ago by offering Twinkles and bonding on site on a 9 day street festival downtown Stockholm.

Twinkles first appearance

Our booth at Stockholm Water Festival. People crowded around to find out what was going on. The sign does leave a lot to be desired..

At the festival we bonded 100 Twinkles per day and kick started our still flourishing tooth jewelry company Twindent.

I still held a job in the operational department of an airline, quite a conservative environment, especially when it came to body fashion. There was a rumor going around that one first officer had a pierced nipple and drove a motorbike. The MC was the only thing we could confirm. I had a star with a diamond placed on my canine. No one noticed. Was I a bore and never smiled at work? I guess I was overworked with two jobs.

It is said the eyes and smile is what we first notice in a person. A week later at a dinner one of my superiors was sitting on my left and as we talked I smiled. He looked at the star on my tooth and his comment “looks great” confirmed that this was ok even at this workplace.

Often I experienced people seeing my gem but being too shy to ask. I enjoyed them staring in some unnoticeable manner, as if that was possible. My Twinkles turned out to be quite a conversation piece. I often notice tooth gems on people on town and it makes me smile.

0 Comments | Posted in swedish By Lotta Loberg

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