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Could Emma Roberts be a candidate for invisible braces?

Thu

: Could Emma Roberts be a future candidate for invisible braces?  Emma Roberts, the niece of Julia Roberts, could be a candidate for invisible braces in future.

In an interview with Women's Health magazine, she drew attention to her "really crooked teeth", which she said she doesn't mind too much at the moment because they "give me character".

However, the Scream 4 performer added: "We Robertses have too many teeth for our mouths."

This could cause problems in the future when her wisdom teeth erupt, as it may act to push the other teeth further out of alignment.

Should this happen, Roberts' dentist may suggest invisible braces to realign them again.

Justin Bieber recently admitted in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine that he has been wearing invisible braces.

He explained that he had to have some teeth removed that were pointing inwards, but this created a gap that is now being closed with the aligners. He wears them every day apart from when he is eating and brushing.
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Invisalign braces ‘better for oral hygiene’

Fri

Invisalign braces are more hygienic than traditional teeth aligners, it has been claimed.People with Invisalign products do not have to worry about any food getting stuck in their braces.

This is according to World Dental, which claimed invisible braces of this kind have several advantages over traditional dental aligners.

As well as the obvious cosmetic benefits of the device, Invisalign can offer patients improved oral hygiene because the braces are removable.

This means they can be taken out before eating, thereby reducing the risk of food items becoming stuck and causing infections in the mouth.

The website pointed out that Invisalign braces are "not for everyone" and will be unsuitable for young children in the majority of cases, as the jaw and teeth must already be well developed for the device to be effective.

"However, they offer a great option for many adults and teens," it added.

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Ke$ha: I wear a tooth as an earring

Wed

Would you wear someone else's tooth as an earring?Pop star Ke$ha has revealed she has an unusual earring in the form of a fan's tooth.

The Blow singer told Rolling Stone magazine she was sent the item by an admirer and, rather than throw it away as most people would have done, decided to get it made into jewellery.

"Somebody sent me their tooth, which I now wear as an earring. It's a molar, I think. I love it when people send me body parts," she commented.

Hopefully the tooth fell out naturally or was removed during cosmetic dentistry, rather than being pulled out in the name of pleasing a famous person!

Ke$ha also said in the interview that she loves her new house in Nashville being on the edge of a wood, because she can run around naked among the trees in the middle of the night.

One fellow pop star who might have honoured Ke$ha's requests for more body parts is Lily Allen, who recently had her wisdom teeth removed.
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Anna Paquin removed tongue stud to avoid emergency dentistry

Wed

A tongue stud could have led to Anna Paquin seeking emergency dentistry.True Blood star Anna Paquin has revealed she had to take her tongue stud out in a bid to avoid having to have emergency dentistry.

The actress, who has posed in a risqué naked photoshoot for Rolling Stone magazine together with Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgard, said she had ten piercings altogether.

Although this included her tongue as well as several in her ears and belly button, she revealed her tongue was the wrong shape to accommodate the stud.

“The webbing is too close to the front and the bottom barbell kept hitting against my teeth – clank, clank, clank,” Paquin commented.

After realising the jewellery was giving her a lisp as well as threatening to create a need for emergency dentistry, she said she took it out and let the piercing heal.

Earlier this month, Professor Stephen Porter, institute director at UCL Eastman Dental Institute, said tongue piercings could crack off fillings, cause blocked airways and cause gaps in the teeth.
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