DIY vampire teeth?

Have you ever wanted to create your own vampire fangs? If yes, we found a few possibilities on the internet which show you how to create your own vampire fangs. We did a bit of research for you to tell you what it means to create your own teeth all by yourself.

One possibility is to use thermoplastic resin. You dissolve the purchased “beads” in hot water until the material becomes transparent. Then the softened plastic is placed on the teeth and the mixture is formed into the desired teeth. After molding, the mass is given time to harden and the teeth can be put on and off as desired.

At first, this procedure seems to be a good and low-cost alternative. But there are some problems:

  • The fit of the mold is not perfect, so you have to glue them to your actual teeth
  • Adhesives are often not mouth-resistant
  • It never fits 100%, especially with crooked teeth or dentures
  • Can inflame the gums
  • Pulling off the teeth can lead to injuries, especially if the teeth are glued to your own
  • For eating & drinking, the teeth must be removed and reattached again and again
  • Painful on the gums due to uncontrolled use of a mass
  • Bruising

Another possibility is to craft your teeth from straws. To do this, simply cut a piece of straw with the scissors pointed and put the straw on your canines. Glues are often used to ensure better adhesion.

The following problems can arise:

  • Risk of vampire teeth sticking to your dental prosthesis (if adhesive is used)
  • High risk of swallowing the straws (Can be fatal!)
  • Injuries to the lip and gums
  • Not sterile
  • Damage to teeth due to improper bonding or adhesives that are not mouth-resistant (such as superglue)

The last option are vampire fangs made of artificial nails. These are shaped sharp/pointed with scissors and nail file and glued to the canines.
Important from our perspective: Never glue, rather use an adhesive cream, as this is mouth-resistant.

The following problems have to be considered:

  • Risk of vampire teeth sticking to your dental prosthesis (if adhesive is used)
  • High risk of swallowing the artificial nail teeth (Can be life threatening!)
  • Eating & drinking is not possible
  • Injuries to the lip and gums
  • Not sterile
  • Damage to teeth due to improper bonding or adhesives that are not mouth-resistant (such as superglue)

That is why it is better to spend a little more money and have dentures made professionally
and individually, because the cheap option is not always equally good.

Why order from alphabite?

  • Processing high-quality dental plastics
  • No risk of injury to the mouth or lips
  • Sterile & mouth-resistant materials
  • Optimal fit
  • Drinking is possible at any time
  • Can be quickly removed for eating

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