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Kate Middleton’s glow could be due to Botox


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Kate Middleton's glow could be due to BotoxPlastic surgery experts have claimed that Kate Middleton’s glow could be due to Botox. It is no secret that the princess has flawless skin, however, experts are now saying that this could partly be accredited to Botox injections.

Well known plastic surgeons Dr. Vartan Mardirossian and Dr. Andrew Miller both have an opinion on Kate’s fresh-faced look. Dr. Vartan Mardirossian noticed that there is a slight difference in Kate’s appearance, particularly in the eyebrow area. He noted that recently her right eyebrow lays slightly lower. Dr. Mardirossian was quoted in Closer Weekly. “This is something that may happen when Botox is injected to treat frown lines, and as a side effect, it diffuses to the frontalis muscle that lies underneath that causes the eyebrows to temporarily shift slightly downwards.” Dr. Miller was also careful to say that it is hard to tell whether Kate has undergone Botox treatment or not. If she has then the doctor who performed it has done an excellent job making it look natural.


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Kate Middleton’s new hairstyle dubbed the ‘Botox fringe’


The Duchess of Cambridge’s new hairdo has been getting her plenty of attention lately, with some people dubbing the bangs a ‘Botox fringe’, suggesting that the style is designed to hide lines and wrinkles on the forehead. This type of fringe has also been called ‘the new Botox’ as more and more people turn to their hair in order to try and hide the aging process, rather than halt it altogether.

Although it has not been suggested that the 33-year-old has had any sort of facial injections, there is speculation that this new hairdo is useful for women who don’t want to get Botox just yet or those that have already had a dose and it has started to wear off. The fringe can simply hide lines on the forehead and take years off the appearance.

Christian Shannon, Artistic Director at Brown Sugar, spoke to the Irish Independent about this phenomenon, saying that he sees a lot of women growing their hair while they are pregnant because they are not getting Botox injections at this time, so many of them grow a fringe to disguise the changes. Once they can get Botox again they tend to cut the fringe a little shorter to show off the results of their treatment. He added ‘If you’re using Botox regularly, it stretches the forehead and it looks very botox-y. People are using [a fringe] as an alternative so they don’t have to get their Botox all the time.’

Duchess of Cambridge doesn’t want a perfect smile


Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, has had orthodontic treatment to give her teeth the appearance of ‘harmonious asymmetry’, it has been revealed. The 29-year-old was anxious to avoid the over-stylised look of the Hollywood smile, and went to London—based French dentist Didier Fillion, to request a more natural look.

Associate of Dr Fillion, Bernard Touati, told The Times magazine that Kate’s teeth look so good because they are not perfectly straight, which is what often makes celebrity smiles look artificial. He said that Dr Fillion had done some ‘little micro-rotations on Kate Middleton, so that it looks like a natural, healthy smile.’

Instead of just adding veneers over the top, the process involves using braces to subtly change the positioning of the teeth, or re-shaping them to make them look natural – even adding veneers with small chips in them. Dr Fillion said; ‘Teeth that look like piano keys are not good, so we try to give back some details, maybe a space we don’t close, or a shorter incisor. Tom Cruise? Too perfect for me. After my treatment, most of my patients do not need veneers.’

When questioned over his treatment of the Duchess, Dr Fillion refused to comment, saying ‘I can’t say anything. I am sorry. I can’t confirm or deny it.’ According to his colleague Dr Touati, Kate could have paid around £3,000 for the treatment.

Royal wedding fan gets cosmetic dentistry ahead of big day


Man undergoes cosmetic dentistry for royal weddingA 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, 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.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800515004-ADNFCR

Cosmetic dentistry could be discussed at drop-in sessions


Drop-in sessions for families could see cosmetic dentistry discussionsParents in Milton Keynes were this week invited to take their children to a drop-in session, an event which could be ideal for those seeking advice on cosmetic work for youngsters.

According to the Cosmetic Dentistry Guide, the clinic was held earlier this week and was aimed at parents and children who are not registered with an NHS dentist in the Milton Keynes area.

Among the items on offer were fluoride treatments that can help to protect teeth after a check-up and children were also given new toothbrushes to make sure they are not brushing their mouth with an unhygienic brush.

Mel Foxall, from the Oral Health Promotion Team, noted the benefits of drop-in sessions for promoting good dental hygiene from a young age.

One person who might have been paying particular care to her teeth this week – and who has been known to have cosmetic dentistry work in the past – is Kate Middleton, who will walk down the aisle tomorrow (April 29th) to marry Prince William. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800514831-ADNFCR

Orthodontist extols virtues of cosmetic dentistry


Orthodontist extols virtues of cosmetic dentistryOrthodontist Dr Didier Fillion has extolled the virtues of cosmetic dentistry when it comes to achieving the perfect smile.

French-born Dr Fillion, whose high-profile patients include future queen Kate Middleton, said there are many treatments and procedures available for people eager to improve their confidence with a winning smile.

"We can always improve how people look," he told the Evening Standard. "We can always improve how people look.

"The goal is to create the most beautiful smile possible. Society judges us by appearance. If it's a choice between two people, one with a nice smile and the other with an ugly one, well."

Dr Fillion, who shares the London Lingual Orthodontic Clinic with Dr Asif Chatoo, is known for this invisible braces technique and has also pioneered 3D digital technology to enable patients to design their own smiles.

The 3D technique allows the brackets of the brace to be placed in the exact position they need to be on each tooth. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800513397-ADNFCR

Cosmetic dentistry news: Emma Roberts ‘loves her crooked teeth’


Cosmetic dentistry news: Emma Roberts 'loves her crooked teeth'People interested in celebrities with cosmetic dentistry may like to hear that movie star Emma Roberts has revealed she loves her teeth even though they are not perfect.

Appearing on the cover of the new edition of American magazine Seventeen, the 20-year-old starlet said it is a person's teeth that give them character.

Roberts, who starred in film Wild Child, is the niece of Oscar-winning actress Julia, who is also well known for her bright smile.

The young actress, who features in the upcoming Scream 4 movie, told the magazine: "Us Robertses have too many teeth for our mouths."

In the interview, Roberts talks frankly about body issues and how she believes it is people's differences that make them sexy.

Another celebrity who is well known for her bright smile is Kate Middleton, who has reportedly had cosmetic dentistry in preparation for her big day.

Rumours have circulated that the soon-to-be princess also wears invisible braces to align her smile.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800500552-ADNFCR

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