Royal wedding fan gets cosmetic dentistry ahead of big day
A man from Bristol has spent £1,000 on cosmetic dentistry work ahead of the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton this week.
According to Dentistry.co.uk, Baz Franks, a 29-year-old plumber from Bristol, has had tattoos of the prince and his bride put on his two front teeth.
The source said that the cosmetic dentistry work – which features black and white headshot images of the happy couple – took around six hours and saw the tattoos painted on to Mr Franks's teeth using a stencil and brush.
Only temporary, the cosmetic dentistry work can be removed with vigorous brushing and will last around three months.
Before trying to get the teeth tattoos off, Mr Franks may want to follow the advice of toothpaste firm Colgate. According to the company, the best way to brush teeth is to clean the outer surfaces first, then the inner surfaces, the chewing surfaces and then the tongue.
Gentle brush strokes should be used and teeth should be brushed for at least two minutes, the firm noted.