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Top 10 Worst Celebrity Veneers We’ve Seen So Far

Celebrities all over the world seem to have perfect teeth, thanks to advancements in the cosmetic dentistry industry such as veneers. 

Veneers are fitted over your real teeth to hide teeth imperfections like discoloration and cracks. They also resolve the problem of uneven teeth. Their desired result is whiter teeth and a more symmetrical smile. 

However, veneers have not worked well for all celebrities. In this post, I will highlight some of the worst celebrity veneers we have seen so far. 

1. Leann Rimes

Singer-songwriter Leann Rimes, who rose to fame in her teens in the late 90s as a country musician, is one of the few celebrities who have publicly regretted getting cosmetic dental work.

The veneers and crowns her dentist installed changed her jawline, her mouth, and the shape of her face. 

In 2013, she sued her dentist for, among other things, “severe tooth pain, gum inflammation, and chronic gum bleeding.”

2. Jojo Siwa

Singer and dancer Joelle Joanie Siwa, who rose to fame for appearing on the reality TV show Dance Moms, had a smile makeover about three years ago. The veneers are unnaturally white and look big. She also got them at a very early age, late teens. 

3. Hilary Duff

Pop singer and former Disney star Hilary Duff, now a Hollywood star, upgraded her smile with veneers. But was it really an upgrade?

One of the reasons Duff’s love her is her natural beauty. But the veneers altered her natural looks, making her smile unnaturally big, and they seem to have changed the shape of her face. 

4. Miley Cyrus

Admittedly, Miley Cyrus’ teeth needed cosmetic dental work. You should look at her photos before she was Hannah Montana. 

Her teeth look way much better now. However, she arguably overdid the dental makeover, as it appears she has trouble keeping her mouth closed. 

5. Nene Leakes

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Nene Leakes’ looks have noticeably transformed over the years. Her smile’s transformation, however, is a little too noticeable because her dentist put big veneers on her front teeth. 

6. Gary Busey

Busey, now 79, is not as popular as he was in the late 20th century, especially after portraying rock music icon Buddy Holly in The Buddy Holly Story, which was released in 1978. However, he is still famous enough for fans to notice his horrible veneers. 

He naturally had big teeth. The veneers he got make his teeth look unnaturally big. 

7. Consequence

Rapper turned producer Consequence had bad-looking teeth. The situation was made worse when the rapper, closely associated with the 90’s rap group A Tribe Called Quest, decided to get veneers. He should have gotten braces before getting veneers. 

8. Ronaldo Nazario

Brazilian soccer legend Ronaldo Nazario, like many celebrities, has used his hard-earned money to get a new smile. However, the dental work is not perfect as it did not address the dark shade around the gum. Also, most of his fans would agree that getting rid of the gap at the front of his upper teeth was not a good idea. 

9. Emily Blunt

British Actress Emily Blunt, who has starred in acclaimed films like The Devil Wears Prada and Edge of Tomorrow, had a perfect natural smile. But in an effort to achieve the perfect “Hollywood smile,” she ended up with an artificial smile. The oversized porcelain veneers, and probably other cosmetic procedures, also noticeably altered her jawline. 

10. Demi Lovato

Multiple-award winning singer and actress Demi Lovato is not on this list because of a bad smile post-dental makeover. However, she did say that she regretted the dental procedure she underwent as a teen that got rid of her gap. 

In 2016, Lovato told Allure that Disney told her to fix the gap between her two front teeth after she was selected to star in the 2008 musical Camp Rock. “They were like, ‘Would you be willing to fix it?’ I wish today that I hadn’t,” she told the magazine. 

How to Avoid Veneers Mistakes

You can avoid ending up with bad veneers by considering the following:

  • Veneers are permanent and last up to 20 years. Therefore, if you are not sure they are the right choice, consider other less permanent options. 
  • Veneers are not for everyone. They might not be a good fit if you have a lot of cavities, severe tooth crowding, underbite, or gum disease. 
  • The choice of dentist matters, so do your due diligence to ensure they are experienced.
  • There are different types of veneers, with different costs and durability. 
  • Veneers do not have to be put on all your teeth. They can be fixed on only the teeth that need correction and their color matched with your natural teeth. 
Nikita Waruguru

Nikita Waruguru is a Kenyalogue freelance writer who focuses on TV, celebrity gossip, and pop culture. She's been interested in TV and entertainment from a young age. She wrote her first blog post 10 years ago and has since written more than 3000 news articles, features, and lists. When she's not writing about the latest Netflix reality shows, you can find her binge-watching one or listening to music.

Nikita Waruguruhttp://kenyalogue.com
Nikita Waruguru is a Kenyalogue freelance writer who focuses on TV, celebrity gossip, and pop culture. She's been interested in TV and entertainment from a young age. She wrote her first blog post 10 years ago and has since written more than 3000 news articles, features, and lists. When she's not writing about the latest Netflix reality shows, you can find her binge-watching one or listening to music.
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