Stacey Solomon regrets porcelain veneers

Stacey Solomon has expressed regret over porcelain veneer treatment, saying ‘They’re too big for my mouth’.

At one point, viewers were concerned that her teeth were rattling, but it turned out to be the Loose Women presenter’s dangly earrings.

Stacey previously told viewers that she suffered from osteoporosis when she was pregnant with youngest son Leighton, five.

‘I hate my teeth’, she said.

‘When I was pregnant with Leighton, I had real issues with my teeth so I ended up having hardly any left at the back, and I had to have teeth stuck on to whatever was left.’

She continued: ‘I actually got temporary osteoporosis; apparently it happens to loads of women.

‘I thought I’d have nice bright white teeth, but they’re the bane of my life, I hate them.

‘I think they’re so ugly and so fake – they’re massive.’

 

 

Comments (5)

“Why should we care?”…. we are supposed to care, that’s part of the responsibility of a healthcare professional! Why should any person have to end up unhappy with cosmetic treatment even if they are in the public eye…they are still human.

Ms Solomon is correct. The veneers are too long, wrong shape, and fake looking.
The reality is that this could be fixed using gingival re-contouring and smaller veneers with the correct “golden proportion” and the use of staged diagnostics.

Sometimes I am embarrassed by members of our so called profession.

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