FX Fangs are the ultimate in special effect dental appliances. Created for Halloween, these products have found a special place in the Hollywood film industry. They’ve been seen in such films as Werewolf: The Devil's Hound, Dawn of the Dead, Resident Evil III, Afternoon of the Rat-Faced Zombies and G-String Vampires! A must have addition to your costume!!
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To achieve the best results, take your time. Be patient, don't be in a hurry. If you are going to wear your new teeth with a foam appliance or other elaborate makeup, make sure you fit your teeth ahead of time.
If you've purchased a set with both uppers and lowers, fit the lowers first. It is difficult to fit lowers once the uppers are in place. You want to fit the lowers with the uppers so that they will maintain the proper relationship with each other.
If the appliance is the least bit uncomfortable to wear, go through the fitting process again until you have a fit that is absolutely comfortable for you. Wearing even a slightly uncomfortable appliance can leave you with painful sores on your gums that can take days to heal, and that is no fun!
It is important to make sure that some of the fitting plastic is pushed through the two small holes on each side of the appliance.
This will ensure that the fitting plastic will 'lock onto' the plastic shell.
When placing the softened fitting plastic onto the back of the plastic shell teeth, make sure that the surface of the shell is dry! This will ensure that the fitting plastic adheres to the plastic shell as it cools.
Think 'Less is More' when applying the fitting plastic. Using too much fitting plastic will keep you from getting a superior fit. We provide you with plenty of fitting plastic and not all of it is needed. It is easier to add more plastic where needed than it is to remove it once it has been used.
When placing the fitting plastic onto the back of the plastic teeth, place it right behind where your teeth are going to be. You don't need it to go where your gums will be; let the extra fitting plastic 'ooze' into the area where your gums are.