Post Malone, the American singer, now has another reason to be happy. The 25-year-old went to the dentist and came out with a set of 12-carat ‘diamond fangs’ for his canine teeth, giving even vampires a nervous breakdown.
But, since everything has a price, it’s estimated that the singer’s grin restoration cost him $1.6 million (about INR 11,73,07,200) – putting our wallets to shame.
“Last weekend, Post Malone finished his $1,600,000 grin makeover!! Post Malone actually has a $1 million smile, with natural Porcelain Veneer work framed by two Diamond Fangs totaling 12 Carats. Dr. Thomas Connelly, his dentist, shared a photo on Instagram with this comment, stating that it was done in partnership with cosmetic dentist Naoki Hayashi and Angel City Jewelers’ Isaac Bokhoor.
In his 2019 tune “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” Post Malone becomes one of the vampires. A set of sparkling diamond fangs was recently added to the rapper’s extensive collection of body art.
Dr. Thomas Connelly
Dr. Thomas Connelly, cosmetic dentist Naoki Hayashi, and Angel City Jewelers’ Isaac Bokhoor designed Malone’s new teeth. Connelly tells Rolling Stone that he met Malone a few years ago at Madison Square Garden when the rapper revealed he needed his teeth fixed. The rapper had seen the dentist’s diamond embeds on other artists and athletes and requested if he could make a full diamond tooth for him. Connelly had never done anything like this before, but he agreed to give it a shot.
It took approximately a year and a half of trial and error to figure out how to make the diamond teeth, and then another few months to put them in. “Cutting holes in diamonds without ruining them is extremely tough,” says Connelly. He spent $1.6 million on 40 carats of Belgian diamonds that were cut in Israel.
“If you want a six-carat canine tooth, you’ll need a 12-carat raw cube.” As a result, there is a lot of waste,” says the dentist. “We had to waste that gem since they could have gotten three or four additional diamonds out of it.”
When it comes to cleaning Malone’s new teeth, Connelly claims there is no unique technique. Simply brush as usual. He now has two fully working diamond teeth, according to him. “They shine brightly. They glisten and shimmer, and they’re incredible.”
Connelly believes Malone’s new chompers will spark a trend; according to reports, superstars such as Odell Beckham Jr. are on the waiting list. “I’ve been chatting to a few other people who were holding off on dropping their million until they saw how this panned out. We’ll see what happens.”
Post Malone’s new diamond grills were designed by whom?
Cosmetic dentist Naoki Hayashi and Angel City Jewelers’ Isaac Bokhoor aided Dr. Connelly.
He said that the $1,600,000 reconstruction surgery took place over the weekend.
Connelly said he met Post Malone at Madison Square Garden a few years ago in an interview with Rolling Stone.
After seeing Connelly’s work for other artists and sportsmen, Post Malone inquired about getting his own diamond teeth done.
What was the result of Post Malone’s dental work?
Porcelain Veneer surgery, one of the most common cosmetic dental operations, was performed on the New York rapper.
His two diamond fangs, weighing a total of 12 carats, were framed by the Rockstar hitmaker.
In addition to receiving his two diamond teeth, he had a treatment to complete 26 units of ceramic restoration.
How much money does Post Malone have?
Post Malone is a rapper, songwriter, musician, and record producer from the United States. Post Malone is worth $45 million according to his net worth. He’s noted for his genre-defying music, which incorporates elements from hip hop, pop, country, and rock. With his debut single “White Iverson” from 2015, he rose to prominence.
The Beginnings of Life and Work
On July 4, 1995, in Syracuse, New York, Austin Richard Post was born. Following his father’s appointment as manager of concessions for the Dallas Cowboys, the family moved to Grapevine, Texas, where he was raised by his father and stepmother. As a DJ in his youth, his father exposed him to a wide variety of musical styles. The post began playing the guitar and was a member of a heavy metal band while living in Texas. The post claims that he chose the stage name “Post Malone” when he was 14 or 15 years old, combining his last name with the word “Malone” that he found on an online rap name generator. At the age of 16, he released his debut mixtape, “Young and After Them Riches.” He temporarily attended Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas, after graduation, but dropped out and relocated to Los Angeles with friend Jason Probst.
Post Malone getting his teeth done