Most celebrities have a reputation of having perfectly white, straight teeth. But not all! Here are a few of the rich and famous stars that could benefit from cosmetic dental work. let us introduce some celebrities who could really need a smile makeover.
He didn’t start his career until later life, so he never paid much attention to a great smile. His teeth are stained and crooked, and his gums are receding, which increases his risk of root decay.
As a boxer, he’s had a few teeth knocked out. He’s still missing some in his smile, and he capped a few teeth in gold. However, for his role in “The Hangover,” he had a little cosmetic work done to whiten and fill in his smile.
He often plays weird, scary roles, and his teeth add to the character. His smile looks like each tooth is going in a different direction, and the yellow color makes his teeth look unhealthy and creepy.
Her trademark smile includes her “snaggle fangs,” the term used to describe her canine teeth that aren’t properly aligned. She’s grown up in the spotlight, though, and has made her vampire fangs her famous feature.
The singer has a famous gap that she refuses to close because she claims it’s helped her luck and career. In 1990, Glamour magazine “fixed” her teeth for their front cover. Madonna got mad and refused to accept their Woman of the Year award.
The British are stereotyped for having bad teeth, and this comedian fits the label. His teeth are small and often look yellow. He accepts his smile, claiming that Americans are too obsessed with perfect teeth. A journalist once thought he wore false teeth for his role in a movie, and couldn’t believe he had such horrible real teeth.
His teeth are too big. They look unnatural and a little scary. Busey is rumored to recently have undergone teeth whitening, which makes his large chompers stand out even more.
These stars could improve their appearances with a little restorative and cosmetic work. Fortunately for you, Dr. Fondriest can give you a smile that makes you feel like a superstar. He offers cosmetic treatments so you can receive the dental work these stars need. Contact Lake Forest Dental Arts at 847-234-0517 to set up an appointment. We welcome patients from the North Shore area of Chicago.