Grillz are detachable dental adornments that can be replaced. They fit on top of one or more teeth and are frequently crafted of gold with diamonds, rubies, sapphires, opals, enamel and more!
It was the Etruscans, who resided in present-day Italy at the time, who first invented the grills. Up until the Roman conquest of Tuscany, they were popular among the affluent Etruscan women. Rather than leave their natural teeth in place, the women opted to have gold teeth inserted in their mouths. There were roughly 20 sets of gold teeth weaved together with a thin gold wire, about the thickness of an ordinary rubber band, found by archeologists in Rome's excavations.
Ancient Mayans also had jade embedded in their teeth. It was customary for Mayan kings and queens to have holes drilled in their teeth and fill them with jade. During the time from 300AD to 900AD, this was a common practice.
Hip hop culture has nothing to do with the practice of inserting diamonds into teeth. In the early 1980s, rappers like Raheem the Dream and Kilo Ali began sporting grills as part of their look. Many celebs, like Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Justin Bieber, and Jay-Z, are still seen out and about in them.
Grillz are commonly utilized to exhibit one's individuality and to flaunt one's wealth. In this article, we'll go over the bottom six grillz and give you some pointers on how to pick the right one for your needs.
In contrast to top grillz, which are worn on the upper teeth, bottom grillz are worn on the lower teeth, and bottom grillz are more popular because they are more “lowkey” and subtle. Generally speaking, bottom grillz are smaller than top grills in breadth and height since lower teeth tend to be narrower, less wide, and just generally smaller than upper teeth. Make sure you only buy solid gold grillz when shopping for gold teeth sets because silver and other metals are very harmful for your teeth.