I love the Daily Mail! They keep me entertained all the time, even with dental related news.
See the headlines ‘I’m not crazy any more,’ insists Charlie Sheen (but his dental work is still a little haywire)” (Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2084322/Charlie-Sheen-shows-odd-looking-tooth-public-appearance-dentist-trip.html#ixzz1j3ZZ2znq)
No wonder he’d start his make-over at the dentist’s chair. A new set of teeth can take off up to 15 years, but I don’t see any changes on his smile yet…. Reading the comments, I am not alone. He seems to be in between dental appointments and I have no doubt his dentist will get few promotional mentions…. As we know, our celebs love saving on dental bills. So watch this space.
Charlie Sheen might be able to restore his public image, starting at the therapist and the dentist. But many dental patients just can not afford dental fees and unable to provide public mentions.
So what to do if somebody needs a new smile?
Well, there are several options, of course. The National Health Service can provide certain treatments for free or low cost, or taking out a dental insurance can work out in some cases. Many Eastern European dentists are offering consultations and treatments in the UK, Ireland and in the USA, but also travelling for dental treatments could be a very rewarding option.
Especially if dental patients want to experience a different culture and enjoy further savings on other services, like optician, beautician and spa treatments, as they are a lot cheaper in Hungary.