Celebrities and Their Smile Makeovers

Teeth of a woman with before and after dental procedure comparisonMany celebrities dazzle us with their smile. However, dentists at clinics such as Bow House Dental say that you might be surprised to find out that a good number of celebrities started building their fame and fortune with a smile that was less than stellar.

Here are some celebrities who began their trip to showbusiness success with less than flattering smiles.

Tom Cruise

When you think of Tom Cruise, you think Top Gun and Mission: Impossible and perhaps one of the most recognisable smiles in the world. But when Cruise’s career was just beginning, he had everything except for a decent set of teeth. Crooked and gapped, his teeth did not have that superstar dazzle. Now, though, after much dental work, he can melt hearts with his smile alone.

Gwen Stefani

It may have been her style. It may have been that she had not heard about other ways of aligning teeth back then, but when Gwen Stefani started hitting it big with her band No Doubt, she was sporting pink hair and metal braces. Today, though, she doesn’t just sound good, she looks amazing. The braces are gone, and her teeth are perfectly aligned. If she had known about invisible braces in Hertfordshire early in her career, she might have skipped the metal-mouth phase.

Morgan Freeman

One of the most recognisable faces in Hollywood, and certainly one of the best voices anywhere, Morgan Freeman did not always have the perfect set of teeth to match his success or even his trademark voice. However, his teeth looked like they had never seen a dentist even when he was becoming a household name. Now, the man is ageing like fine wine, and his teeth are the subject of envy amongst most people his age – well, maybe next to his voice and his career.
There are many more celebrities who only got their smile makeovers when their careers exploded. You don’t have to be a celebrity to start working on your teeth, though. Look and feel better with some dental work. See your dentist today.