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Dr Who actress speaks about dental accident

Fri

Alex Kingston, star of such shows as Dr Who and ER, has revealed that she recently had a nasty fall that put her in hospital, as she bit through her bottom lip and knocked out her two front teeth. Speaking to Graham Norton on his BBC1 chat show, she mentioned that she had injured her head earlier in the day and was feeling dizzy, ‘I was jet-lagged, working with comedians and I walked into a lamppost, ‘she explained.

Displaying true English grit, the 48-year-old actress, who was born in Surrey, pulled herself together and got back to work, more concerned with her dented pride than anything else ‘It was a comedy moment,’ she admitted, ‘but I was so embarrassed because I thought I would be the butt of their jokes, so I pretended I was fine.’ However, later than night, the comedy turned to an emergency, when Alex started to feel woozy, then fell flat on her face, injuring her mouth and seriously damaging her teeth.

‘It was really awful, ‘Alex said, ‘I was doubly concussed and had to go straight to ER.’ Although she didn’t mention any subsequent dental treatment to fix her broken teeth, she seemed in good spirits and is set to appear on BBC period drama Upstairs Downstairs, as well as possibly reprising her role as River Sing in the next series of Dr Who, ‘You may see her again,’ she taunted fans of the show, adding ‘Let’s just say, Upstairs Downstairs and Doctor Who don’t film at the same time.’

Cosmetic dentistry patients ‘search for treatment on smartphones’

Wed

Cosmetic dentistry patients 'search for treatment on smartphones'Image-conscious individuals looking to receive a smile makeover using cosmetic dentistry could be interested in the results of a recent survey.

According to Cosmetic Dentistry Guide, increasing numbers of prospective patients are using their smartphones to search for a suitable practitioner to carry out the procedure.

The findings coincide with recent technological advancements, which have encouraged a number of practices to invest in online strategies.

In addition, the use of the internet allows patients to establish where they are likely to receive the best results from a range of cosmetic procedures.

For this reason, experts have urged dental professionals to take advantage of the internet's popularity by investing in a stylish website and internet marketing.

The increase in the number of individuals seeking cosmetic dentistry could come as a result of high numbers of celebrities receiving the treatment.

For instance, upon achieving her first number one single, stylish songstress Jessie J revealed to presenter Graham Norton that she received teeth whitening treatment.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800627746-ADNFCR

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