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Cosmetic dentistry has helped to give a cancer victim in the US a brand new smile.
Andre Fredricks from Texas developed leukaemia that ravaged his immune system, made him deaf and seriously damaged his teeth, Benzinga.com reports.
The patient's teeth began to crumble and bridge work that he had already had done also fell out.
After hearing of the man's plight, Dr John Moore from the Donated Dental Services initiative volunteered to help him and he now has new teeth after beginning cosmetic dentistry treatment in July 2010.
Mr Fredricks' wife commented: "Dr Moore did an awesome job with my husband's teeth."
Last month, a prize including teeth whitening treatment was awarded to two sisters from Glasgow who had been affected by cystic fibrosis.
Kirsty Geddes and her sister Julie were invited to the SECC centre to have their smiles brightened after winning the Inspirational Woman award, the Daily Record reported.
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