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Permanent Jewellery FAQ

How long will my permanent jewelry stay on?
Your permanent jewelry will remain in place for as long as you desire. If you ever wish to remove it, simply cut the chain and keep it for future re-welding.

What if my chain breaks?
While the design of our jewelry ensures durability, in the unlikely event of a breakage, please save the chain and we will gladly re-weld it at no charge. If the chain is missing, a new one will need to be purchased.

Can I go through airport security with permanent jewellery ?
Absolutely! Fine jewelry, including permanent pieces, is not required to be removed during airport security checks. You can confidently wear your permanent jewelry on all your travel adventures.

Can I get an MRI with a permanent bracelet, anklet, or necklace?
For your safety, it is recommended to remove your permanent jewelry before undergoing an MRI. Please save the chain, and we will be happy to re-weld it for you afterwards.

Who should not get permanent jewellery?
Individuals with pacemakers should avoid getting permanent jewelry due to the welding process. While allergies to solid gold, sterling silver, and gold fill are rare, those with known allergies should also refrain from getting permanent jewelry.

Can I hire you for my next event?
Certainly! We would be delighted to assist you in celebrating your special event with a permanent jewelry party. Whether it's a birthday, bachelorette, wedding, or corporate event, please contact us at info@permanentjewelleryaustralia.com to discuss the details.

I'm a minor. Can I get a piece of permanent jewelry?
We are pleased to offer permanent bracelet, anklet, or necklace services to individuals over the age of 10. Minors under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult during the process.

Toothgem FAQ

How long does it last?
The longevity of our tooth gems varies depending on the type. Swarovski Crystals and Preciosa Crystals typically last from 6 months to 24 months, while 18k Gold Charms can last for years with proper care. With extra attention and maintenance, they may even last longer. At NOIR, we offer a one-month warranty for crystals and opals.

How can I remove it?
To ensure the safe removal of your tooth gem, it is recommended to visit a dentist. Please contact your local dentists to schedule an appointment. The procedure for removal is similar to that of orthodontic brackets, and it is a painless and straightforward process. The gem or charm is gently popped off, and any remaining bonding material is polished from the tooth.

Can I get gems if I have veneers?
We are only able to bond tooth gems onto natural tooth tissue. Therefore, if you have veneers, tooth gems cannot be applied.

Can I get gems if I wear a retainer or night guard?
If you wear metal retainers or a mouth guard, please bring them to your appointment. We can work around them and apply tooth gems. However, if you have plastic retainers, we are unable to bond the gems directly onto them. Nonetheless, we can still apply gems over your plastic retainers to add a removable touch of bling.

Does tooth gem damage my teeth?
When you choose us as your technician and maintain your oral hygiene routine, tooth gems will not compromise your oral health in any way. We employ safe techniques, use reliable products, and possess extensive experience. However, it is essential to note that we do not take responsibility for the aftercare of the gems. It is crucial to maintain impeccable oral hygiene and visit your dentist every six months. Neglecting oral hygiene can lead to plaque buildup around the tooth gems, potentially causing gum disease and decay.

Conscious Beauty

No testing on Animals, 100% Vegan.

We use synthetic mica to ensure our product is child labor free and environmentally friendly.

“Glitter” without the cost.

Traditional shiny makeup use glitter is usually made with microplastic (PET) or mica from unethical mines that often use child labour.

The mica mining industry is large, roughly half a billion dollar in trade every year. At least 25% of it comes from illegal, unethical mining operations in Jharkhand, Bihar, and Rajasthan in India. Mining in poverty-stricken areas of Madagascar make up another huge part of the pie – an area known for the use of child labor. There now over 22000 children work as mica laborers in India alone.

Synthetic Mica is brighter than natural mica and is safe for use in products used around the eyes due to its tiny particles not containing microscopic sharp edges which can be present is natular mica.Synthetic mica is biodegradable and contain no plastics.