Imako Cosmetic Teeth 1 Pack. (Large, Natural) Uppers Only- Arrives Flat. Fit at Home Do it Yourself Smile Makeover!
Partials And Bondings, Can Be Fitted Over Crowns, Veneers, Safest Cosmetic Tooth Cover, Hides Tooth Loss Crookedness Stains Broken Teeth
- Made with non-toxic material that makes it safe to use
- Equipped with no-slip handle that makes it comfortable to hold
- Comes in a non-corroding design that makes it easy to fit over crowns, partials and bondings
- May be thick
Analysis of 700+ reviews for Imako Cosmetic Teeth 1 Pack. (Large, Natural) Uppers Only- Arrives Flat. Fit at Home Do it Yourself Smile Makeover!
BestViewsReviews analyzed 6,664 reviews for 19 products in the Emergency Dental Care Products category.
We analyzed a total of 790 reviews for this product out of which, 726 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 44% reviews were positive while around 53% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Imako Cosmetic Teeth 1 Pack. (Large, Natural) Uppers Only- Arrives Flat. Fit at Home Do it Yourself Smile Makeover!
This product received a total score of 7.83 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 6 features:
Users of this product said
If you want something more permanent, you need to save money and get a professional. They seem a bit big at first, but you get used to it.
This is a great product to use if you want to improve your smile, or if you just want to make sure that you don't have any gaps or ridges in your teeth.
I did not notice that these are not recommended for rabbinical practice, but I think they would work just fine for people who do not have this problem, and only for occasions such as job interviews.
It is easy to put the pink plastic in place if you have a mirror handy and some small Pyrex rammicans. Hold it in place for about five minutes and press on your face a lot.
If you lose patience, just put them down and come back to them later when you have time.
Question & Answers
Is it easy to remove when you need to eat or put back in when you're finished?
It's very easy, but only if you get a good snug fit and you're talking with someone.
How do I determine if I need the small or large ones?
If it is closer to 11/4th inches (32mm.) then order small, if it is closer to 1/12th inches (34mm.) then order large.
Is it top and bottom?
The picture that you're looking at is for the top.
Is it possible to write a reciew?
Not right now.
Do they come off easily or pop off when talking? Several people say not to eat with them, but others say they do and do not have any issues.
I wouldn't eat with them because they wouldn't stay in place.