Unfortunately, I neither produce, nor can I recommend anyone who can apply permanent fangs or special effect teeth. My governing reason for this is my concern for the health of your mouth. When one has permanent fangs or teeth made, a necessary byproduct is damage their natural teeth by either removing or acid etching the surface of your tooth, or in some extreme cases, extraction. No dental materials are rated to last “forever”, and invariably you will need to have some rather expensive maintenance done. Your mouth is the one of the most important links in the chain of your overall health, and your natural teeth SHOULD last you a lifetime. Damaging or removing them for aesthetic purposes is something I will not contribute to.
It is worth considering that many dentists shave natural fangs down in a process called contouring because they end up pushing your other teeth around your mouth, creating all kinds of issues. The temporary fangs don’t cause these problems because they aren’t in your mouth all of the time. Permanent fangs generally are more of a headache (literally) and cost prohibitive in more ways than they are worth.
For those who are unable to be swayed, I do recommend as an intermediate step an investment in a similar product to mine that is temporary, yet will allow them to feel what it would be like to live with augmented teeth. Some come to realize it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.
An additional benefit to my kind of work is that it’s modular; you are not married to one sigle style and you can switch up your look at will. Those who invest in larger, multi pair sets can get many more variations than they originally paid for. Not so much with permanent fangs or teeth.
As a personal anecdote, I had a rather famous client who passed away several years ago. He had initially approached me for permanent fangs, but I was able to get him into a “try it out” set. He ultimately chose the permanent route, and had all of his natural teeth removed to make way for a fully customized, implanted set of replica “tiger” teeth. To my knowledge, he never ate solid food again. It broke my heart.
The best advice I can offer is to keep searching the web, but as I said, I cannot recommend them because of the long term effects they may have on your mouth and by extension, your overall health.
I’m very sorry.