January 22, 2008

if you catch me in your city.

Got thirty down at the bottom, thirty more at the top;
All invisible set, in little ice cube blocks;
If I could call it a drink, call it a smile on the rocks;
If I could call out a price, let's say I call out a lot;
I got like platinum and white gold, traditional gold;
I'm changin' grillz everyday, like Jay change clothes,
I might be grilled out nicely,
in my white tee,
on South Beach,
in my wife beater.
VV and studded you can tell when they cut it;
Ya see my grandmama hate it, but my lil' mama love it.

- Grillz by Nelly ft. Paul Wall.

Nelly has them, Paul Wall has them, Brooke Hogan has them, for God's sake. When it comes down to it, grillz are so gotti, they're cool. Just like, say, Ed Hardy & the Mafia.



I'm trying to make this seem as fashion-related as possible, but truth is, it's a stretch. Let's get down to it: I may, just may, need braces. And if I do end up having a mouth makeover, I would much rather ceramic brackets than metal ones.


[here, you can see the difference between the normal metal brackets & white ceramic ones. quite the contrast.]

Ceramic plates are the equivalent of transparency. They're best for people who don't have blindingly white teeth, and their sole disadvantage is that they may stain with time. I especially like how sleek they look.



It's simple: I want perfect teeth, but I don't want to have to go through the grueling process it takes to get to them. Hence my solution. Not too shabby.

Zoë.

3 comments:

Sealed said...

what about invisiline?

SICK. said...

invisalign are esthetically perfect, but depending on your problem, they may not work as well as 'normal' braces. also, they tend to need more care + time to work. for the price, i don't know if it would be worth it.

Andy said...

i had metal brackets for two years. omgggg. but the ceramics ones become yellow you know that right? i used to have my brackets like 1years ago and now i'm really happy with my teeths.