We have the freshest Grillz online. We have different types, styles, and designs, ranging from single tooth caps, sets, bottom teeth, grills with diamonds, and canines.
SILVER GRILLZ VS GOLD GRILLZ
When choosing a new set of Grillz for your teeth, you may be wondering whether to get silver or gold. When we are talking about silver vs gold, we really are talking about Silver vs White Gold.
Silver Grillz cost 1/3 to 1/4 the price of 10K / 14K White Gold. However, Sterling silver can scratch easily and even bend or become misshapen over time when exposed to the elements. However, with the right care, it can be easily restored to its original state. To avoid tarnishing and discoloration, polish and clean your Grillz periodically, and keep them away from heat or moisture.
If you have the money to spend, you might want to consider getting White Gold Grillz. White gold was originally developed to imitate platinum (a naturally white metal). White gold is an alloy containing about 75% gold and about 25% nickel and zinc
White gold requires minimal maintenance, and won't tarnish over time. It is more scratch resistant than .925 Sterling Silver.
HOW MUCH ARE SILVER GRILLZ?
CHEAP PREMADE GRILLZ
If you are looking for cheap Grillz, your best bet is our premade silver-plated pieces. They cost anywhere from US$10-40. They are an affordable solution since they are made of scratch and tarnish-resistant metal plated over brass. They can be made of plated silver, rhodium, or white gold. Some of the more expensive electroplated Grillz are plated 4-5 times with white gold.
REAL SILVER GRILLZ
Real Silver Grillz are made of .925 Sterling Silver, which is 92.5% silver mixed with 7.5% other metals. The 7.5% can also be nickel or zinc. Silversmiths add other metals to silver because pure 99.9% elemental silver is soft and can bend or break easily. All our real silver Grillz are custom-made to fit your teeth. We do that by sending you a molding kit once you place an order. When you get the molding kit, follow these instructions to make a mold. Once you have made the mold, you send it back to us, Once we receive the mold from you, you will get your completed order in 1-3 weeks.
What is popular is getting silver Grillz, then plating them over with yellow gold, white gold, or rose gold, You can get a long-lasting and nice-looking set at a more affordable price than getting Grillz made of solid gold.
If you're wondering how much real silver costs, you're not alone. For a single silver cap with no gems, it can cost between US$70-100, depending on whether you have additional designs or plating. For a set of multiple teeth, it can cost between $30-35 per tooth, depending on how many teeth the Grillz covers. The more teeth, the cheaper it is. So a set of ten teeth deep cut silver grill covering both your ten bottom and ten top teeth will cost US$600.
SILVER DIAMOND GRILLZBUY NOW
They sparkle like no other piece of jewelry and can last for a lifetime. They look gorgeous with their metallic, bright white appearance and lustrous aura. You can even wear them as jewelry. The sparkly diamonds are sure to catch everyone's attention. You can choose the perfect set to complement your complexion and face type.
SILVER GAP GRILLZBUY NOW
These new premade Gap Filler Grillz are a fantastic way to cover up any gap in your smile. Available in gold, silver, or rose gold. They can be easily fitted to your teeth and are nickel and lead-free. They also come with silicone molds for easy fitting. This makes them an extremely affordable option for anyone looking for a fun, blingy accessory.
SILVER GRILLZ TOP AND BOTTOM OR FULL SET SILVER GRILLZ?
Top Silver Grillz
If you want to add class and glamor to your smile, you may want to purchase some silver top-teeth Grillz.
Bottom Silver Grillz
Bottom Grillz are a great way to add some bling to your smile and look. They aren't as distracting as Top pieces and are more comfortable. They come in a variety of styles and materials. You can get Grillz for your bottom teeth which are cheap, costing only US$10 to custom-made ones costing hundreds of dollars.
if you want to get noticed, you can get a full set, and this will definitely add bling to your smile.
HOW TO CLEAN GRILLZ AT HOME
Cleaning your teeth grillz is easy and will preserve their shine and extend their lifespan. Food particles can get stuck in the grates and cause bacteria to grow. A soft-bristled toothbrush can help remove them. If you smoke, remember to keep your grillz clean to maintain a long-lasting, shiny smile.
- Do not use an abrasive toothbrush to clean them.
- Use a soft brush to clean both the inside and outside.
- Rinse well and dry on a tissue.
- Brush your teeth after each time you use your Grillz.
- To prevent tarnishing, use a non-toxic jewelry cleaner on the Grillz.
- For quick cleaning soak your Grillz in the mouthwash for two minutes and then rinse with water.