All The Deets About Kanye West’s New Metal Teeth Implant

Kanye West (Ye) has taken out his normal teeth and replaced them with titanium false teeth looking like those well used by Jaws, the scandalous antagonist from two James Bond movies.

The 46-year-old rapper flaunted his new metallic smile in an Instagram post, where he compared himself with the famous person from ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ and ‘Moonraker’.

On Wednesday 17 January 2024, Kanye West took to his Instagram to flaunt his metal inserts, who thinks he looked like Jaws who had comparative metal teeth.

As indicated by reports, Ye’s teeth were completely taken out and supplanted with hand crafted titanium false teeth by oneself declared Father of Diamond Dentistry Dr. Thomas Connelly, and cosmetic dentist Naoki Hayashi.

But the producer Dr. Connelly has rejected that West’s normal teeth had been taken out. He said,

“He did not have his teeth removed. He still has a full dentition. Healthy and happy.” He continued, “Ye was a pleasure to work with every step of the process. His vision for designing unique art transcends the dental progression. The marriage of his Vision with dental science has created a new look that is epic!”

No matter what the doctor’s clarification, fans are still doubtful. This isn’t the first time Kanye has designed his teeth. Showing up in an episode of ‘The Ellen Degeneres Show’ in 2010, he said that he had his base teeth taken out and replaced with precious stones.

He said,

“I just thought that diamonds were cooler. … It’s certain stuff that rock stars are supposed to do.” Kanye West later told Vanity Fair that he removed his teeth instead of opting for a grill because he “didn’t feel like having to take them out all the time.”

Kanye’s new implant which costs a whopping $850,000 are a type of experimental dentistry that were designed entirely by the rapper. “They are, as the name suggests, fixed and permanent,” a source exclusively revealed.

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As per the reports, Ye! worked alongside the self-proclaimed Father of Diamond Dentistry, Dr. Thomas Connelly, to manufacture and fit the dentures, which also included palladium and platinum materials.

“All that said … his teeth weren’t removed,” the source added.

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