Musician Ronnie Wood has admitted to undergoing cosmetic dentistry to brighten his smile.
The 63-year-old Rolling Stones band member revealed he opted for the treatment to give his teeth a youthful glow, the Guardian reports.
Admitting in an interview that he has had tooth veneers fitted, the bass player revealed the dentists had given him slightly stained fittings to give the teeth a natural look.
He said: "I had them done a few years ago; they trimmed the actual teeth down a bit and put these veneers on top."
The British rocker also revealed his Rolling Stones bandmate Keith Richards had used superglue to attach a veneer back to his tooth – which would not be recommended by dental experts.
An increasing number of men are choosing to undergo cosmetic dentistry to improve their confidence through gaining whiter teeth.
Simon Cowell, Tom Cruise and David Beckham are just some of the celebrities rumoured to have had their teeth professionally whitened to improve their Hollywood smiles.