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Cheryl’s celeb smile secrets

By July 5, 2011 January 2nd, 2020 No Comments

If you ever wondered how the top models and personalities have such great smiles, all you have to do is ask their cosmetic dentist because the reality is none of them have teeth that are naturally so pearly white and perfect! Can you believe Tom Cruise once had dodgy teeth? To make it big in Hollywood, his agent told him years ago that he had to fix his teeth to get more movie roles and considering his massive career, it certainly worked!!

Celebrities like Cheryl Cole, Halle Berry and the Spice Girls weren’t always as perfect as they seem.  They’ve all had porcelain veneers and teeth whitening and if you think it’s way out of your budget, the prices have really dropped since makeover shows like “The Swan” aired on TV making the terms “Da Vinci Veneers” famous. Also teeth whitening treatments  are now available that really do work – so you might as well give up all the “miracle” toothpastes available in a lot of shops.

Cheryl Cole’s teeth were originally quite crooked at the front with “fang-like” teeth at the side – something she hated seeing on television when Girls Aloud first formed.  A couple of veneers later and some teeth whitening and she now has one of the best smiles in showbiz….read more

For further information, please contact Dr Firas Daoudi specialist cosmetic dentist and specialist in prosthodontics at Smile Clinic.

For our latest offers on cosmetic dentistry and dental implants please check our latest offer web page www.omgpreview1.co.uk



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