Wolfen Costume Teeth - Dental Distortions Rigid Veneers

Dental Distortions

$49.95 
Availability: 15 in stock

Wolfen werewolf style costume teeth by Dental Distortions are a new generation of costume creature teeth veneers.  The FX Fangs 2.0 have improved realistic look and easier custom fit.

-FX Fangs 2.0 are made of a flexible material that eliminates the need for heating the veneer and makes them more durable.

-Each set includes special fitting material that softens in hot water and forms a rigid mold around your teeth that can easily be re-fit.

-This new line of fake teeth are hand made in the USA.  Factory made fangs from overseas just don't measure up.

 

Fitting Instructions for Dental Distortions costume fangs and teeth

Customer Reviews

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thomas b. (Bethlehem, US)
Nice looking chomppers

Have not used them so far but they look like decent quality.

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NightcreepArt (Oakland, US)
Perfect for a look and easy to use

First of all, they shipped super quick. These work great for my werecat look and they were surprisingly easy to set up and put in. I recommend these to anyone looking to give a makeup that extra detail.

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Ryan R. (Altoona, US)
Out of the park

Let's just say mostly dead knocks it out of the park everytime not only with quality but speed and way fast delivery ..if your not buying from them I cant understand why..hands down it will elevate your game.weather for film or fun you must order.

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Derrick M. (San Pedro, US)
Great

Great product. Looks great and fits great. Love this product.

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Lawrence B. (Blue Island, US)

Great product and great service

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Robert P. (Elkridge, US)
Werewolf fanges

Great looking product. I watched the video 3-4 times, read & followed instructions, but still can’t get them to stay in place. I think there is something called dental putty that I am going to have to try. I even ordered a 2nd bag of gel pellets but just have got them to work for keeping teeth in place. Do you have any other ideas. I have used both bags of pellets.

Following the instructions works in most cases but in some cases a little extra may be needed. Once you have the best mold to your teeth that you can get you may use a little powdered denture adhesive to get a good hold. Try to find some that is not tinted as there may be a risk of staining the teeth if the adhesive has color added.