6 Celebrities that Should Be Thanking their Dentist | BDG

Not everyone is born with wondrous good looks and a perfect, charming smile–celebrities included. Often times, it takes a little bit of help from a few friendly professionals, like the dentist. Here, we’ve compiled a list of six Hollywood celebrities who weren’t always as stunning as they are today. Thanks to a little TLC from their dentists, they have obtained a perfectly spaced, sparkling white smile that lights up the red carpet.

1. Tom Cruise

We’ve seen Tom Cruise sport everything from pearly whites to vampire fangs.  He wasn’t always the dreamboat we know and love now; but these days, he’s hot, hot, hot!

tom cruise's teeth

photo by Alan Light

2. Hilary Duff

Duff got a whole new smile, quite literally.  The new chompers were a little too big for her mouth, but a few minor adjustments left her with a grin that women envy.

Hilary Duff smiling

Photo by David Shankbone

3. Catherine Zeta-Jones

Zeta-Jones’s original smile was crooked and a bit spaced, but she got the works for an enamel upgrade.

celebrity smiles

Photo by David Shankbone

4. Celine Dion

Dion was always gorgeous, but she definitely underwent a major makeover when she rose to super-stardom.

Celine Dion's smile

Photo by WEBN-TV

5. Nicolas Cage

Cage is well-known for his piercing eyes, but we can’t ignore that handsome smile.

celebrity teeth

Photo by Kristin

6. David Beckham

Even with his boyish charm and gorgeous smile, Beckham needed a little help in the tooth department.  (Whatever they did, it worked.)

famous smiles

Photo by Yahoo Pressebilder

Want to get a smile to rival Hollywood’s best? Contact BDG at (702) 388-8888 and see the best Las Vegas cosmetic dentist today.

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