Modern day dentistry is no longer about a case of filling and taking care of tooth decay. Nowadays people flock to a dentist to improve the aestheticism of a tooth either by treatment or by surgery. In medical terms this is known as a cosmetic dentistry, or ‘aesthetic dentistry'. The main focus is to use these facilities as a way of improving their appearance. They do this in the same way they might use cosmetic surgery or even a new hairstyle. One such treatment, which is gaining popularity, is Jewel Teeth Treatment. As the name suggests it involves sticking small jewels or twinkles on to the teeth using dental cement. The teeth jewel is a diamond or an alternate to it, which has a twinkle on the surface and fixed on to a strong tooth (usually in the frontal side). Since this is an artificial modification, the dentist will fix it in such a way that it can be easily removed. Jewel teeth should be maintained with utmost care as plaque can easily form around it and chances of getting teeth decay increases. Proper consideration should be given to it before opting for the Jewel teeth treatment. The dentist should be giving the pros and cons of such a treatment and though it is really to improve the glamour quotient of one's teeth, many people do opt for this as this is one the simplest way to add a sparkle to ones smile.