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Bride to be spent £15,000 on cosmetic surgery before she would wed


Penelope Burkitt, a make-up artist from Bristol, met the love of her life, Karl, at the clinic where she worked as a receptionist back in 2011. Karl had attended the clinic to undergo a hair transplant procedure and there was an instant attraction. After his treatment had finished Penelope added him on Facebook and invited him out on a date.

After dating for a year Karl asked Penelope to move in with him, however she said she would prefer to be married before they lived together, to which he agreed. This was when Penelope dropped the bombshell that she could not be married to him until she had undergone cosmetic surgery.

Speaking to the Bristol Post, Penelope admitted that she had always felt insecure and self-conscious about her face and has told her daughters in the past that, “they need to grow up and become successful because then you can buy mummy a facelift.” She went on to say that following her stipulations about the wedding, even though Karl was not happy about the surgery, a few days later he revealed that he would pay for the procedure. Penelope also has Botox every few months to keep her lines and wrinkles at bay. The couple are now happily married.




Bristol child has sixteen milk teeth extracted due to decay


A four-year-old child from Bristol has had sixteen of her twenty milk teeth extracted because they were decaying; the girl, whose name has not been disclosed, was visiting the Charlotte Keel Centre in Easton for the first time when the extent of the problem was revealed. Her mother explained that she was initially concerned about the child having trouble eating but was aware that her teeth were not in a good state.

According to the Bristol Post, after examining her teeth, the dentist revealed that all but four of her baby teeth would have to be taken out because they were so badly decayed. The child was then referred to Bristol Dental Hospital for the treatment under general anaesthetic.

The case study is part of a council report which reveals that children living in deprived areas are more likely to suffer tooth decay and require fillings. The worst ward in Bristol is Ashley, with 127 out of 1,000 children being given fillings, despite the fact that the report labelled the problem ‘entirely preventable.’

The issue is due to be discussed at Bristol Health and Wellbeing Board this week.


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