August 30, 2016 4 min read

We commonly get asked how much grillz cost. Unfortunately, we can’t give an exact number. The price of grillz depends on many factors such as the type of grill, materials, and extras such as fangs, diamond cuts, diamond dust, open face, deep cuts, or stone set. We don’t charge extra for different colors of gold such as yellow gold, white gold or rose gold. If you’re looking to get a quote for a custom piece, contact us with your idea or a picture of your design and if we can do it, we’ll work with you to get it done.

What's The Cost of a Grillz Set?

The cost of grillz depends mainly on the style, material, and the number of teeth. If you’re looking for a budget option, we offer affordable premade gold teeth starting at $9.99 and go up to $49.99 for an iced out premade set. Looking to step up to a custom fit grill based on an impression of your teeth? We offer them starting at $50 for a single bottom tooth in .925 sterling silver.

If you’re looking for the highest quality gold grill with ice on our website, we offer up to 14K Gold 10 on 10 flooded out with natural VS diamonds. At $8700, it’s more than most people would want to spend, but with a shine and craftsmanship similar to Johnny Dang, it comes in as a bargain. Some people don’t want all that flash and just want something that shines, and is quality and affordable. For people like that who are looking for solid gold slugs, we do custom fit sets from $200 to $1800 and up.

Most Expensive Grillz

Why is there so much of a difference in the pricing?

The simple answers to this question are the materials and the complexity of the piece. The more exotic and rare the materials, the more expensive the grill is. The more complex the design is, the more labor is required to make the piece and the more expensive the process becomes. A perfect example of this would be Katy Perry’s grill that is encrusted with diamonds and precious gemstones for a price tag in the 1 million dollar range.

6 Tooth Top and 6 Tooth Bottom Grillz Set

What are the most popular styles and materials?

Looking at our products and can’t decide what to buy? Everyone has their own style, but if you want to see what other people wear or get inspiration from their style, we’re here to break down some of our most popular styles. Let’s start off with our diamond pieces. Popularized by Johnny Dang and Paul Wall back in the mid-2000s, grillz set with diamonds has easily become one of our most popular styles. A lot of our customers order our bustdown CZ grillz with either sterling silver or 10K white gold since they strike a good balance between shine, durability, and price. While the straight setting may be cheaper than the zigzag setting, we are able to pack more stones on each tooth using a zigzag setting to give the grill a true bustdown look. Another popular custom grill style for people who are on a tighter budget or don’t like ice is our solid style gold grillz. These have a base of solid 10K, 14K, or 18K Gold and are made based on an impression of your teeth for a custom fit. Without the stones, these slugs a great classic and timeless design for those looking to add some shine to their smile.

Solid Grill Set

Should I get a solid style grill?

Solid styles are perfect for those who want to add a little shine to their mouth, but still want to stick to something classic. This style fits with just about any outfit and is a great accessory. If you’re on a budget, our premade grillz are a good choice due to their shine for the price.


How Much Do 14k and 18k Gold Grillz Cost?

You get real 18K gold which is plated over a stainless steel grill using advanced IP plating techniques for a great looking grill that will last for years. If you have the money to step it up to the next level, we highly recommend you move up to a custom-fitted grill. Because those custom gold grillz are made of solid 10K, 14K, or 18K gold, you can be sure that they will never fade or tarnish. Basically, you're looking at around $200 to $1800 and up for 14K and 18K Gold Grillz.

6 Teeth Diamond Grillz

Should I get an iced grill?

Our recommendation for an iced grill depends on what your budget is and how much ice you’re looking to get.

How Much Do Vvs Diamond Grillz Cost?

If you’re a baller on a budget, then our CZ Custer premium grillz are perfect for you. Each grill features our AAAAA grade cubic zirconia stones that are packed in for a great shine and clarity at a price that’s hard to beat. Their look, durability and shine are perfect for drawing attention. Starting at $24.99, these are our most value orientated iced grill. They are plated with real 18K gold over a stainless steel core so they have the same shine as a solid gold piece and will last you for years. If you have a higher budget, we recommend stepping up to a custom grill. Instead of stainless steel with a gold plating, the custom pieces are made using solid gold or solid sterling silver. These custom pieces will last a lifetime as long as you clean and care for them as you would any other fine jewelry.