JoJo Siwa Spent $50K on This Popular Cosmetic Treatment

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JoJo Siwa has been dominating social media conversations recently, thanks to her bold rebranding efforts in the wake of her latest single, “Karma.” However, it’s not just her music that’s got fans talking; they’re also captivated by her recent remarks about the cost of her veneers.

In a resurfaced clip from the 2024 GLAAD Media Awards last month, Buzzfeed asked the singer to share the most expensive item she was wearing. Her candid response? “My teeth,” she said, adding that they cost “50 grand.”

However, this isn’t the first time the 20-year-old has discussed her dental work. During a TikTok livestream in 2023, the Dance Moms alum shared with her millions of fans that her teeth are so white is because she “picked out the whitest color.”

Siwa hasn’t publicly discussed her reasons for getting veneers at such a young age. However, she has revealed her insecurities while participating in Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test in November 2023. Special Forces: Word’s Toughest Test in November 2023. “I judge myself at everything,” she said, adding, “I’m a very insecure person.”

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Veneers have become a popular subject in the beauty industry in recent years, with an increasing number of celebrities openly discussing their experiences with them. One such example is Cardi B. In a 2015 video shared by The Smilist Dental, the rapper told viewers: “If you don’t feel comfortable [with your smile], if you are tired of people talking about you, then go and fix it. Like, it’s alright to fix it.”

New to veneers entirely? Let’s jump back to the basics. “The first dental veneers were invented in 1928 when Hollywood dentist, Dr. Charles Pincus, needed to disguise an actor’s poor smile with thin slivers of porcelain attached with denture adhesive,” Atlanta cosmetic dentist Ronald Goldstein, DDS, previously told NewBeauty.

“But, cosmetic dentists have seen a chart-topping amount of patients requesting smile redesigns now more than ever before,” he continued.

There are three types of veneers: porcelain, composite and zirconia. “Porcelain and zirconia veneers are having a moment,” Los Angeles cosmetic dentist Rhonda Kalasho, DDS, explained in a conversation with NewBeauty in 2022. “Made of bonded resin, composite veneers are not as long-lasting and discolor over time. Porcelain and zirconia are the most aesthetic and long-lasting, but the choice between the different materials depends on your current dentition.”

Veneers aren’t solely for aesthetics. They can also reduce pain and discomfort. New York cosmetic dentist Timothy Chase, DMD, previously told NewBeauty that veneers can be used to improve the function of your jaw and can also help eliminate headaches and TMJ issues.

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