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Ronaldhino shows off results of £40,000 dental treatment

Tue

Footballer Ronaldhino was all smiles this week after revealing the results of the dental work that has reportedly cost him £40,000. The Atletico Mineiro player was famous for his crooked teeth and had previously said that he would not want to get any work done to improve them because their appearance made him look more individual. According to The Sun newspaper, Ronaldhino underwent the treatment in Belo Horizonte before showing off the perfect veneers on Brazilian TV.

Speaking about the improvements, Ronaldhino said ‘The best thing is that they have power to look in the mirror and make me feel good.’ Although he said in the past that he would not have dental treatment, he admitted recently that this was something he had always considered because the teeth were becoming more famous than his skills on the pitch. He told the TV show, ‘the teeth were always something I wanted.’

Still shots from the programme were quickly making the rounds on the internet, showing Ronaldhino displaying his brand new veneers in a wide grin, next to a picture of his previous dental condition. The player clearly had some porcelains fitted and gum surgery to reduce the gum tissue visible when he is smiling.

Although he might be pleased with his new teeth, the 33-year-old is currently struggling to win favour with international coach Luis Felipe Scolari ahead of next summer’s World Cup and looks unlikely to feature in the Brazilian squad.

Brazil football star has change of heart about dental treatment

Wed

Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho has insisted for years that his unique dental condition makes him recognisable and he would not want to change it, but now it appears that the international star has decided that the time has come to do something about his crooked teeth and he has begun dental treatment to improve their appearance. The 33-year-old has started the process of getting his teeth straightened out and then shifted along the jaw line so that top and bottom teeth are in better alignment with each other.

According to a Brazilian surgeon, the footballer spent less than an hour in the chair to have the first procedure carried out – which involved surgery on the gums and the beginnings of porcelain veneer treatment. Brazilian newspaper O Globo reported that Ronaldinho had the work done on Tuesday this week in the city of Belo Horizonte but he did not let the dental treatment stop him from working; he was back training with his team Atletico Mineiro soon after the appointment was complete.

Ronaldinho’s brother and agent, Roberto Assis said that the footballer was recovering well and added that ‘it’s part of his normal [dental] treatment and won’t affect him at all.’ Ronaldinho is set to make his first appearance with his improved teeth on Wednesday night, when Atletico take on Bahia in the Campeonato Brasileiro league.

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