Molly Mae Hague revealed the removal of her composite bonds took three hours (Picture: Molly Mae Hague)
Molly Mae Hague has given fans another update on her journey to getting her real teeth back after having her composite bonds removed.
The Love Island star, 21, has been on a journey to reverse the cosmetic procedures she has had done in the past, and has also had her lip fillers dissolved in recent months.
Molly recently revealed that she had had the composite bonds she’d been wearing for two years removed in order to go back to her natural teeth underneath.
She revealed that the process had taken three hours as the dentist had ‘polished’ the composite bonds off in order to retain her real teeth underneath in the best condition possible.
Molly said in her latest YouTube video: ‘The process of removing them was basically just me sitting in the chair and just him polishing my teeth for three hours just to get that composite bond away.
‘There are quicker ways of doing it but to give my natural teeth the best chance of looking the way they did before and keeping them extra safe and looked after, to polish the composite away was just the best option so that was what we did.’
She added that she had not even really shown boyfriend Tommy Fury her altered teeth, adding: ’I am really not sure about it, I don’t know how I feel about it.
‘These are my natural teeth… as you can see, it is a super different smile to my composite bond smile.
‘My teeth are a lot smaller, they don’t fill my mouth as much but yeah, this is the natural me.
‘As you can see, they are a bit yellow which is kind of disgusting but they haven’t been touched for about two years so they were bound to be. I thought they were going to be much worse than this.’
Molly Mae has also recently had her lip fillers dissolved (Picture: Instagram)
Molly also revealed that she had wanted to get straight to whitening her teeth but found that they were too sensitive straight after the treatment.
She explained: ‘I wanted to be whitening my teeth really intensely because I have loads of work stuff coming up.
‘But when I did try and whiten them, the extreme sensitivity that I had was beyond the kind of pain that I can even explain.
‘It was genuinely like a migraine because obviously these teeth hadn’t been touched for two years and they were so sensitive and so delicate that going straight in with whitening for me was just a bit of a silly idea.
‘I’m going to hold off on the whitening for a bit so it is just going to be yellow teeth for now. Whatever, we can handle it. I hope you guys don’t look at me and think I’m absolutely disgusting because there really is nothing I can do about it.’
Credit: Original article published here.