5 Celebrities That You Didn’t Know Had Fake TeethJuly 31, 2018 2:01 am
Dental care is important for everyone, whether you’re young, old, rich, poor – or famous! Those bright white smiles that celebrities flash on the red carpet are usually thanks to a little (or a lot) of help from their dentist. In fact, there are many celebrities that have worn dentures or received cosmetic dentistry enhancements. Our Henson Family Dental team has compiled the following list of celebrities you may be surprised to learn had/have fake teeth.
1. George Washington
George Washington, one of the founding fathers and our beloved first president, had notoriously terrible teeth. Throughout much of his adult life, he wore dentures made of ivory that were fixed to his natural teeth with wire. Luckily, modern advances in dentistry have resulted in dentures that both look like natural teeth and are comfortable to wear.
2. Ben Affleck
Even the Batman doesn’t have naturally perfect teeth! Ben Affleck supposedly has a full set of porcelain veneers to give his teeth that perfect, pearly-white appearance.
3. Clark Gable
Clark Gable, star of Gone With the Wind, Call of the Wild, and many other films, used dentures from the age of 32 as a result of a severe gum infection. To avoid his fate, be sure to brush and floss daily and visit our office every six months for cleanings and checkups.
4. Emma Watson
During the filming of the Harry Potter series, Emma Watson wore a partial denture after her own baby teeth fell out in order to preserve Hermione’s smile.
5. Nicole Polizzi, a.k.a. “Snooki”
Like any of us, Snooki wants her smile at its best when she’s in front of the camera. To achieve that perfect white smile, Snooki has Lumineers®, a type of porcelain veneers.
Your Dream Smile Is Within Reach!
Porcelain veneers, dentures, and professional teeth whitening are great solutions for folks looking to improve the look of their teeth. Discuss with Dr. Henson whether you’re a candidate for dentures or porcelain veneers to make sure they fit with your smile goals. To ask our team any questions about our restorative or cosmetic dentistry services or to schedule your next visit to our office, contact us today!