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Post Malone Shows Off His '$1 Million Smile,' Complete With Custom Diamond Fangs

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Post Malone attends the 2020 Sundance Film Festival - "Palm Springs" Premiere at Library Center Theater on Jan. 26, 2020 in Park City, Utah.

Looks like Post Malone's megawatt smile -- that shines bright like the literal diamonds in his mouth -- comes with a hefty $1 million price tag.

His Beverly Hills dentist Thomas Connelly, who's also done cosmetic dental work on DaBaby and Travis Barker, posted a picture of Posty on Monday (June 14) to show the finished, ultra-polished product of porcelain veneer work with two 12-carat diamond fangs.

"Post Malone completed his $1,600,000 smile reconstruction last weekend !!.  With a smile that shows off natural Porcelain Veneer work framed with 2 Diamond Fangs with a total weight of 12 Carats, Post Malone literally has $1 million smile!!!" Dr. Connelly captioned a sleek black-and-white photo of the rocker. "A collaborative between Dr. Connelly, @_naoki_hayashi_ , along with Isaac Bokhoor and his team of Diamond Cutters @bichachi_diamonds_la and Setters @angelcityjewelers , Post Malone's epic ICE smile has set a new precedent in the music world of who has the most 'Drip'."

His dentist told Rolling Stone that it took a year and a half to figure out how to pull off the feat but eventually used diamonds sourced from Belgium and cut in Israel for the custom piece Malone requested a few years back when he was looking to get his teeth fixed and met Dr. Connelly at Madison Square Garden. "He’s now got two functional, full diamond teeth," he says. "They light up the room. They sparkle, they shine; they’re amazing."

But the Hollywood's Bleeding star isn't just getting iced out at his dentist's office: He's also gotten inked there too. Posty got a leg tattoo at Dr. Connelly's office in August 2020 and later told Jimmy Kimmel that it was the best way to get a bigger bang for his buck.

"We talked about it and we were just like, you know, 'I'm gonna be sitting around for hours doing nothing anyways, why not get two bad things out of the way at the same time?'" the "Circles" singer said last winter.

See Malone's literal million-dollar smile below.