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Viewers are left stunned by young man’s terrible teeth on Channel 5 TV show


A young man participating on the Channel  5 show Never Been To A Doctor has left viewers stunned, and some ‘literally  hiding’ behind their duvets in attempts to avoid the horror of the 21-year-olds rotten teeth. The show allows people who are in desperate need of medical or dental treatment to access the care they need after years without visiting a medical professional.

The young man, known as Ben, admitted to being terrified of going to the dentist and had only ever been a few times in his life, which has led to his mouth becoming full of black and brown teeth, with several teeth missing along the top jaw. In addition, Ben told presenter Katie Piper that he had braces when he was younger but did not brush his teeth properly, leading to extensive tooth rot.

Viewers were stunned that the chef had allowed his teeth to reach this state of disrepair even with a debilitating fear of the dentist. After finally facing his fear, Ben was able to get the treatment he needed and had a denture fitted to replace the rotten teeth, as well as many hours of repair work on the damaged teeth he still had. Upon seeing the new teeth in the mirror Ben was very emotional and told Katie that this was ‘definitely a new beginning’ for him.


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Woman uses chewing gum to replace lost teeth


Viewers of new makeover show Never Seen A Doctor were stunned to learn that a woman who was so afraid of going to the dentist actually used chewing gum as a substitute for her real teeth, which were lost to decay after she stopped going to visit her dentist.

The woman, known as Sue, showed shocked presenter Katie Piper by explaining that she only has seventeen teeth left and instead of getting a denture she used chewing gum dipped in coffee to fill the space left by her missing front teeth. Sue demonstrated how she used the gum to fill the gaps, squashing it into the space after dipping it in coffee to match it to the dark shade of her remaining natural teeth.

After the show managed to arrange dental treatment for her, Sue was given six months of treatment to replace her lost teeth, allowing her to ditch the chewing gum solution and get her smile back. Sue met with Katie to unveil her new teeth after the treatment was complete and the difference was obvious – viewers were quickly on Twitter to voice their surprise at the improvement in Sue’s appearance, as well as her dental health.


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