Either jacket crowns or veneers. Seeing what problems she had especially in the Canada interview, I am thinking veneers. SHe got better used to them by now, but you can still notice when she speaks that they don't feel natural to her. SHe does what a lot of people with dentures do when they speak for fear their teeth fall out while they are at it. Funny to see on a woman her age though. Especially when she is also given a hard time to control the few unbotoxed muscles in her face.
Her teeth did need work, but instead of doing braces and other orthodontist work, they took the fast way. Originally I was guessing veneers, but the curious part is the extent to which the shape of her mouth changed. So I'm guessing capping almost all her teeth with veneers in the front. Having just veneers would not change her speech pattern but cap teeth that are too large would. I think they did a major overhaul in her mouth. I agree with paca. JMO
Well, if she had them all capped she will be due to have it redone before she is 50, probably earlier as most don't last more then 10 years and if you don't have them checked regularly by a dentist, you run the risk of having damage underneath. Considering her previous teeth, I suspect that in the long run she will need to get things done quite often and by 60 she will be on dentures. Especially if some of the teeth needed root canal treatment. If instead of dentures she takes at end 50 to implants, she might end up with a broken jaw in her end 60s as women often suffer osteoporosis and with implants you are risking broken jaws. By ways of dental health both veneers and crowns should be done only if unavoidable. For minor aesthetic corrections there are less invasive methods that preserve the teeth much better. As you said, hibou, she wanted to take the short cut, but did not consider the consequences. As she does with everything. She said that she is all about now, but that's the attitude of stupid people. And that's why she looks worse now then before she had all that surgery.
Post by duchesscornflower on Jun 9, 2011 8:51:06 GMT -5
Her smile needed correcting for two reasons; her gum line was uneven which caused her teeth to line up unevenly. Usually this problem is solved with surgery on the gums and with braces but she solved that problem with long and short caps or veneers. (Which appear to have been done twice) Now her teeth are too big. Before her lip and teeth were fixed, she just didn’t smile broadly but that always didn’t work. Her second problem was that her lip line pulled up in an uneven smile line and was crooked and gummy. That problem appears to be solved with botox, lip augmentation (surgery) and injectable lip fillers. www.gummysmile.com/highlip.html
Thanks for the link! Lady Michelle, I love when you drop by with your tidbit of info, but I cannot stand this woman as it is and I definitively do not want to see a thread for each of her body parts. So, I place your link in the plastic surgery thread instead of a separate thread just for her lips - the smirk is enough.
I know you used to drop by in Monaco, but if you hear anything gain please update us in the thread about what the People in Monaco think about Albert and Charlene.
Monaco's fairytale love story: post-engagement
PPDA: And this was the woman whom you needed? Albert: I think... *** Reporter: "Is Charlene Wittstock your soulmate?" Albert: "I don't know if she is ...I don't know yet.
Charlene, who has 33 years, and she looks great, does not need the surgeon, but perhaps, in view of the royal wedding and cameras World bets on her, he preferred to give a 'aggiustatina for appear even more 'photogenic.
In the Journal du Dimanche "the future princess of Monaco has revealed children and now they want to be a "bride relaxed" "Getting married and 'a decision for life, some brides are stressed, others do not. I think I am a pretty relaxed bride. "And lips more 'sensual feel even better.
She may have a bridge she puts in over that right side that is so screwed up and that's why she sounds like she has a mouth full of marbles when she speaks. Perhaps it would have been too difficult to do surgery on that mess. Both her gums and teeth are really deformed on the upper right side. It's just the other day, when she was in the car PA gave her it looked like she had her old upper right teeth - like she forgot to put in her bridge or flipper. I may be wrong. Might just have been the way my computer blew up the photo.
I think that her teeth have been done again. They look much better now, more natural. They used to look all the same size.
Don't worry about the teeth so much, what about the bags and wrinkles under her eyes, visible in these photos. Thought she was doing botox and other treatments.!! She looks awful.
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I definitely thought there was Botox in the forehead, but why didn't she bother doing anything about those crows feet and wrinkles? They are very aging. I thought watching that German report that Taz posted that she seemed to have some difficulty speaking, like her face was numb, obviously she is getting things pulled, tucked and filled during her spare time (when she should have been learning French!).