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    I know it is unlawful and haram to have your teeth trimmed and veneerd for the sake of beautification, but I have had cosmetic teeth done, I am now regretting it and fearing what I have done, will i be forgiven if i repent, if i have the veneers removed my teeth underneeth will look horrible and i wont be able to eat properly, i just want to know if I will be forgiven if i repent, and is my wudu valid with my venners (they are permanent hence cant be removed bymyself), someone please advise how i can repent for this mistake.
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    Is my wudu valid please help me

    I know it is unlawful and haram to have your teeth trimmed and veneerd for the sake of beautification, but I have had cosmetic teeth done!!! I am now regretting it and fearing what I have done, will i be forgiven if i repent, if i have the veneers removed my teeth underneeth will look horrible and i wont be able to eat properly, i just want to know if I will be forgiven if i repent, and is my wudu valid with my venners (they are permanent hence cant be removed bymyself), someone please advise how i can repent for this mistake.
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      Salam

      Sis I don't know the answer to your question but please do not post multiple topics on the same question insha Allah
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        www.islam-qa.com:
        http://63.175.194.25/index.php?ln=eng&ds=qa&lv=browse&QR=47694&dgn=4
        Cosmetic surgery may be divided into two categories:


        These are operations that are done to remove faults, such as those that result from sickness, traffic accidents, burns, etc. or to remove congenital defects with which a person was born, such as to remove an extra digit or separate fused digits, etc.

        This kind of operation is permissible. There is evidence in the Sunnah to indicate that they are permissible and that the one who does them does not intend to change the creation of Allaah.

        , 824.



        Al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:





        These are operations that are done to improve the appearance in the eye of the beholder, such as making the nose look more beautiful by making it smaller, or making the breasts look more beautiful by making them smaller or larger, or facelifts, and so on.











        The Shaytaan is the one who tells people to change the creation of Allaah.

        See: Ahkaam al-Jaraahah al-Tibbiyyah by Shaykh Muhammad al-Mukhtaar al-Shanqeeti.



        What is the ruling on cosmetic surgery? What is the ruling on learning the science of beautification?

        He replied:

        Cosmetic procedures are of two types:





        With regard to the medical student who learns about cosmetic surgery during the course of his studies, there is nothing wrong with him learning that, but he should not do that in haraam cases, rather he should advise those who ask for that to avoid it because it is haraam. Perhaps if this advice comes from the lips of a doctor it will have more effect on a person.
        Fataawa Islamiyyah, 4/412.

        See also the answer to question no. 1006.

        In conclusion:

        If there is some defect in the nose and the purpose of the cosmetic surgery is to remove that defect, then there is nothing wrong with that.

        But if the purpose is simply to make it more beautiful then it is not permissible to do this surgery.

        And Allaah knows best.
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        • #5
          Re: cosmetic Dentistry

          OP why are you regretting it please clarify

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          • #6
            Re: cosmetic Dentistry

            Originally posted by Andria View Post
            OP why are you regretting it please clarify
            Because it is not permitted for Muslim men or women to alter their appearance for beautification purposes, such as filing the teeth. Hope this clarifies for you.

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            • #7
              Re: cosmetic Dentistry

              Let us condemn the ongoing progress of cosmetic dentistry in the name of backwardness and jahiliyat except Islam.
              Last edited by i.carrim; 10-10-16, 03:20 PM.

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                Re: cosmetic Dentistry

                Originally posted by Andria View Post
                OP why are you regretting it please clarify
                Question that should have been answered 11 years ago.

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