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Alex Ferguson compares the World Cup to emergency dentistry


Alex Ferguson likes the World Cup as much as he likes emergency dentistry.He is known for his reluctance to let Manchester United's top players go to World Cup tournaments lest they get injured, but Alex Ferguson has now said he finds watching the games about as enjoyable as getting emergency dentistry.

The Scot explained he much prefers the Champions League when it comes to a good game of football and insisted there has not been a great World Cup since Argentina hosted it in 1986.

"Have you seen the last six World Cups? It's like going to the dentist," he commented.

Given England's performance in this year's South African tournament – in which they were knocked out by Germany before even reaching the quarter-finals – manager Fabio Capello and most of the fans would surely agree that getting emergency dentistry would be preferable than watching a similar event again.

Ferguson is hoping to lead Manchester United to their fourth Champions League title this season.


Will a South African cosmetic dentist fad catch on in London?


Cosmetic dentistry trendsPeople living in London who have dental implants may be surprised to hear about a fashion that cosmetic dentists in Cape Town are being asked about.

AFP reported how some youngsters in the country are showing off their gappy smiles.

Speaking to the news provider, a 21-year-old explained he asked for his incisors to be taken out because they were "huge".

He said: "It is fashion, everyone has it."

Rob Barry, from the University of the Western Cape, told the website that he had to make thousands of teeth implants for people to wear when they need to look more acceptable – such as at work or on special occasions.

The oral health professional stated: "Almost every week I get some or other teenager in here wanting teeth out."

Another doctor from the University of Cape Town’s human biology department also noted that removing gnashers was the "in thing to do", adding the fad had been around for some 60 years.

In other international cosmetic dentist news, DPA reported how a reveller at this year’s Oktoberfest in Germany left his dentures at the event.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19398161-ADNFCR

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