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In pop culture, a grill (most commonly referred to as grills or grillz), also known as fronts or golds, is a type of dental jewelry worn over the teeth. Grills are made of metal and are generally removable but can also be permanent. They were popularized by hip-hop artists in New York City in the early 1980s, and upgraded during the 1990s in Oakland. They became even more widely popular during the mid-2000s due to the rise of Southern hip hop rap and the more mainstream pop culture status hip hop attained. Since then, grills have reached the mainstream; a "hard flex of both style and wealth, grillz have always been a symbol of power and social status – right from its origins that can be traced back to over 4,000 years ago." Etruscan females are said to have worn grills to show their status up until 100 AD, as well as the Mayans and also other cultures. The practice of using gold and/or precious stones on teeth has waxed and waned over human history. Although grills have been around for over 4,000 years, the rise and fall of their popularity at different times in different countries is a reflection of fashion trends. Grills can imitate and are not mutually exclusive with gold teeth, a form of permanent dental prosthesis in which the visible part of a tooth is replaced or capped with gold.

Article Title : Grill (jewelry)
Article Snippet :grills or grillz), also known as fronts or golds, is a type of dental jewelry worn over the teeth. Grills are made of metal and are generally removable
Article Title : Georges Fouquet
Article Snippet :Georges Fouquet (1862 – 1957) was a French jewelry designer best known for his Art Nouveau creations. In Paris, he joined his father in the family business
Article Title : Emma Roberts
Article Snippet :new ambassador of the Pretty Woman collection corresponding to the French jewelry firm Fred. Roberts has been involved in various charitable endeavors
Article Title : René Lalique
Article Snippet :Paris. By 1881, Lalique worked as a freelance designer for several French jewelry firms, including Cartier and Boucheron. In 1886, he started working
Article Title : Jacques Cartier (jeweler)
Article Snippet :Jacques-Théodule Cartier (2 February 1884 – 10 September 1941) was a French jeweler and Cartier jewelry company executive. Cartier was born on 2 February 1884 in
Article Title : Jang Won-young
Article Snippet :model for the French outdoor fashion brand Eider. Three days later, Jang was announced as the first Korean ambassador for the French jewelry brand Fred Joaillier
Article Title : François Pinault
Article Snippet :and bought the Yves Saint Laurent company. Pinault then purchased the French jewelry company Boucheron in 2000, Balenciaga in 2001, and the British fashion
Article Title : Park Shin-hye
Article Snippet :as a model for Visa. In the same year, Park became the muse for the French jewelry brand Agatha Paris, starting from the 2014 F/W season pictorial. After
Article Title : James de Givenchy
Article Snippet :(born August 27, 1963) is an American businessman and jewelry designer. He is the owner of the jewelry company Taffin which he founded in 1996. Givenchy was
Article Title : Hope Diamond
Article Snippet :Golden Fleece of King Louis XV of France, which is arguably the most fabulous work in the history of French jewelry; this happened from 2007 to 2010.

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