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Brides competing with Botox dads

Fri

Traditionally it’s the bride who takes all the attention on the big day, but now the fathers are getting in on the action by undergoing Botox treatment in the run up to their daughters nuptials. According to New Jersey plastic surgeon Dr Steven L Davis, the number of fathers requesting cosmetic surgery prior to their children’s wedding has increased dramatically in recent years; ‘Wedding seasons nowadays are like Christmas or a New Years, that’s how crazy it’s become!’

Dr Davis spoke to Fox News about his latest patient; Tom Colucci from East Berlin, New Jersey, who was having filler injections after noticing that he was looking slightly older; ‘I’m starting to see some creases and extra wrinkles that weren’t there before,’ he said, ‘I want to look as good as I did ten years ago for my other daughter’s wedding.’ The father-of-the-bride didn’t want anything too surgical to improve the look of the wrinkles and was pleased when Dr Davis offered an alternative treatment to a facelift, he explained; ‘It’s my baby and I want to do it right, but I don’t need the stretches and the pulls and all that type of appearance.’

As well as having dermal fillers, Mr Colucci  told the programme that he had already lost thirty pounds in preparation for the June wedding, and overall he was happy with the results of the treatment, saying  ‘This is fantastic, the crease is gone. I like the way it looks.’

Scraping the tongue could beat bad breath

Tue

Is your tongue giving you bad breath?Taking the time out to scrape your tongue during your emergency dentistry prevention regime could help to beat bad breath.

Adam Fox from AskMen.com, writing for Fox News, explained that halitosis could be occurring as a result of bacteria accumulating on the tongue, which then stays in the mouth and causes the foul smell.

"Rather than just moving that stench-ridden sludge around your mouth with a toothbrush, use a tongue scraper to completely remove it," he urged.

NHS Choices states that as much as half of the UK population suffer from persistent halitosis.

Meanwhile, Britons may be encouraged to cover their toothbrush in the bathroom after Mr Fox pointed out a particularly disgusting fact.

He explained that not only is the moist air of the bathroom a breeding ground for germs, but some may fly out of the toilet with each flush and land on toothbrushes.

The writer recommended keeping them in a cabinet to let them completely dry out and avoid this problem.
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Helena Bonham Carter ‘collects temporary dental veneers’

Thu

Helena Bonham Carter collects dental veneers. Helena Bonham Carter has revealed that she likes to keep the temporary dental veneers she wears for her movie roles.

The 44-year-old told Total Film magazine that she is always very interested in the prosthetics she is given to wear and can't bring herself to throw them away.

"We have an appreciation of bad teeth, me and Tim [Burton]. I've got a whole cupboard full of them at home," she commented.

Bonham-Carter and Burton are in a relationship but live in adjoining houses in London. However, she said her set-up is not like The Addams Family, as many people seem to believe.

Earlier this month, her friend Johnny Depp told Fox News that he is going to have to get cosmetic dentistry to get his teeth back to white.

He had silver dental veneers fitted for the latest Pirates of the Caribbean film, but has been unable to get them off completely.

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