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Post by Katiedot on Sat Dec 18 2010, 15:48

It's no secret that George has had his teeth done a couple of times over the years. From possible veneers to maybe caps to definite whitening to suspected laser treatment to oh-my-god-it's-scaring-the-children, I thought I'd try to post a pictorial pean to George's pearlies. Yes, foreign words and alliteration - what are things coming to on this site?!

This is how I think his dentist first saw him (photo circa 2000?)
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Celebitchy mentions that it's possible George was self-conscious of his teeth because he often poses with a closed-lipped smile. I thought "what a load of nonsense" until I tried googling pictures of George smiling, and in most of his older publicity shots his teeth are well hidden. So perhaps Celebitchy has a point.

Anyhoo, his front teeth were uneven (the left front one was at a slight angle), something like this:
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By April 2008, he'd had the front teeth straightened out and then whitened and what looks like a full set of veneers put in. One dentist suggested he'd had laser treatment cutting away the gum to show more of the tooth. Ouch!
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Post by Katiedot on Sat Dec 18 2010, 15:50

A 'typical' George shot:
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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by PigLove on Sun Jan 02 2011, 20:41

Okay, I'm dredging up this topic because based on what I saw today of GTC's chompers, I have to say that I HATE THEM. They are far too white, and they look like dentures.

Which, of course, makes him look OLD. And I do not like that, because he is NOT OLD. Do you think he can have the veneers taken off? Or is it too late?

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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by melbert on Sun Jan 02 2011, 22:22

I don't know anything about veneers, but my dentures (long dental history - boring) actually made me look younger. But, I agree with George's teeth - tooooooo white and kinda fake. albino

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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by lucy on Sun Jan 02 2011, 22:49

Since he got the new ones,I've been waiting for them to get that broke in look,not gonna happen!

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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by melbert on Sun Jan 02 2011, 22:52

maybe he needs to chew some tobacky and drink more Nespresso

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Post by Dexterdidit on Sun Jan 02 2011, 23:29

He needs to eat some steak to break them in. Maybe it is all the sushi keeping them so white. Or he got additcted to that whitening stuff for his teeth? LOL

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Post by melbert on Mon Jan 03 2011, 00:10

Remember in Intolerable Cruelty when he was getting his teeth whitened and kept looking in the mirror? I wonder if he does that now???

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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by bunny on Mon Jan 03 2011, 00:28

He does have the typical "hollywood" white look - I am not loving it. at least he hasn't started getting the filler injections in his checks - Johnny Depp has them - I looked so weird in the tourist!

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Post by Snoopy on Mon Jan 03 2011, 00:32

Didn't he have these done right after the Leatherheads premiere and before the Met Gala. Where he looked all orange with white shiny teeth? Very Happy

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Post by melbert on Mon Jan 03 2011, 01:25

Gawd, that seems a lifetime ago Snoopy!

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Post by playfuldeb on Mon Jan 03 2011, 01:40

Maybe he had some teeth damage during leatherheads and this work was done to fix it.

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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by Snoopy on Mon Jan 03 2011, 01:59

Melbert - three years ago, close to the end of the SL days!

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Post by melbert on Mon Jan 03 2011, 02:09

Again, almost a lifetime ago! In George years anyway!!!

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Post by lucy on Mon Jan 03 2011, 04:25

Just so long as it's not that wacky tobacky melbert!

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Post by melbert on Mon Jan 03 2011, 13:13

I think he's been known to indulge in that wacky stuff!!!

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Post by sisieq on Mon Jan 03 2011, 20:26

bunny wrote:He does have the typical "hollywood" white look - I am not loving it. at least he hasn't started getting the filler injections in his checks - Johnny Depp has them - I looked so weird in the tourist!

Some say he gained weight for the role others say he's wearing a "fat suit". Question

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Post by PigLove on Mon Jan 03 2011, 21:11

It must be so hard to be an aging heart throb. I think GTC is aging really well (so is Brad), but you can never guess what will happen to someone's face over time. I see myself in the mirror sometimes and gasp. And my wrinkles don't even affect my earning potential!

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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by melbert on Mon Jan 03 2011, 22:56

On the TV Guide Channel yesterday, they had Sexiest Movie Actors and Sexiest TV Actors (actresses too). George was #5 on Movie Actor (Brad was #2) and #2 in TV Actor (Tom Selleck #1). He looks haggared at times, but for the most part, still dresses up quite nice. I think it's been mentioned that he has definitely "aged" over the last 2-3 years for whatever reason. lol

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Post by Atalante on Mon Jan 03 2011, 23:21

Cutting away the gum with lasertechniques, gosh, never ever heard of that one in little old Belgium. cyclops

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Re: The evolution of George's teeth

Post by melbert on Mon Jan 03 2011, 23:28

What people will do to themselves in the name of beauty! scratch

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Post by Snoopy on Tue Jan 04 2011, 02:03

Hey Melbert, you are a Clooney Expert Very Happy You go girl!

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Post by melbert on Tue Jan 04 2011, 02:11

Yeah Snoopy, I passed 400 this afternoon. It just absolutely proves that I HAVE NO LIFE!!!

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Post by CarraVogue on Tue Jan 04 2011, 02:29

Melbert, congratulations on your Clooney Expert status. I'm still a "shy poster". Talk about having no life-my goal is to become a Clooney virgin Wink

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Post by CarraVogue on Tue Jan 04 2011, 02:31

OH, I did it! I'm a Clooney virgin with my last comment cheers

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Post by melbert on Tue Jan 04 2011, 13:49

And how do you feel, my dear? See, it didn't hurt so much! bounce

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Post by playfuldeb on Thu Jan 06 2011, 00:34

I notice that only color in your avatar is "cherry" red !

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Post by it's me on Thu Jan 06 2011, 00:56

really nice cat, Carra Smile

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Post by Katiedot on Tue Apr 12 2011, 12:25

Random mention of George:

Straits Times

Health: It’s all in your smile

2011/04/11

SUZANNA PILLAY

Traditional braces helped perfect singer Gwen Stefani’s smile George Clooney’s improved smile
Wendy LeeIt’s important to have a good set of teeth as it can boost your confidence and plays a major role in positive image management, writes SUZANNA PILLAY

DO not judge a book by its cover, it is often said, but unfortunately our perception of people is often made on their physical appearance. Facial expressions can communicate a person’s emotions and impact their approachability and popularity factor.

One of the clearest signs of a happy, friendly person is one who is smiling and, as we all know, a person who is nice to be around is always popular. A sourpuss is not going to win any fans.

A person who is uncomfortable about how his or her teeth looks is unlikely to be smiling because of lack of confidence, and will make other people uneasy.

This is why in customer service and hospitality careers, a friendly smile is important.

“You have less than a few seconds to make a good first impression on those you come into contact with. Teeth are one of the first things a person sees when they look at you. How your teeth look can make or break a sale or you. Your perceived level of attractiveness by other people will be a significant benefit or detriment in your career and your life. It isn’t fair, but it is true,” said Wendy Lee, professional image consultant, Chapter One Asia Sdn Bhd.

Bad teeth can make or break a career. This is especially true in professions that require face-to-face interaction with customers — sales and customer service especially, or the acting or modelling industries where looking good is imperative, she said.

“Study after study reveals that how you look is critical to someone’s first impression of you. You can’t change everything about your physical appearance but you can definitely make changes that will give you a booster shot.

“Your teeth will tell a tale. If your teeth are yellow and look like you just ate, your face value will be greatly reduced. You need to do everything you can to keep your teeth pearly white and you will be perceived to be more attractive.”

People constantly in the public eye such as actors, models, celebrities and public figures also need to have good teeth and it’s a fact that many celebrities have had dental makeovers to improve their looks. Examples are American actor George Clooney, and English singer Noel Gallagher.

Clooney had porcelain veneers and crowns to improve his smile
, while Gallagher had teeth whitening and dental surgery to improve their smiles.

Britain’s Prince Harry and American singer Gwen Stefani, on the other hand, opted for braces to straighten their teeth and to improve their smiles.
Why is it so important for public figures such as these to have that perfect set of teeth?

“Research studies tell us that the exposure principle increases our face value.

Specifically, the exposure principle says that the more often you are seen by someone, the more attractive and intelligent you appear to them. For celebrities and public figures where they are being watched at all times, it is even more critical to look as good as they possibly can on every given day. And having a good set of teeth is a major part of positive image management,” said Lee.

If you are concerned about the state of your teeth and would like to get some advice on what to do before committing yourself to anything, go get a free checkup by a professional dentist, courtesy of Colgate’s Oral Health Month.

This is the eighth year that Colgate-Palmolive, with the support of the Malaysian Dental Association (MDA), is offering free dental check-ups at its Oral Health month marquees nationwide to promote oral health awareness. This year’s theme is Our Mission: Zero Cavities.

Apart from free advice and dental check-ups, free Colgate products will also be distributed to participants.

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Post by melbert on Tue Apr 12 2011, 15:38

I still like his "old" smile better. When he first got brightened - oh dear!

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Post by fava on Tue Apr 12 2011, 16:03

I thought I read somewhere that he grinds his teeth--anybody recall that? I also thought that around the Leatherheads time, before he got them done, they did look shorter.....(and perhaps he needed to do something about it)

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Post by blubelle on Tue Apr 12 2011, 16:32

Teeth look bigger as you age because your gums recede. At least that's what my dentist told me. You should see my teeth - way biiiiiiggg.

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Post by melbert on Tue Apr 12 2011, 18:03

albino Close Blubelle? Just teasing with you!! I love you

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Post by Atalante on Tue Apr 12 2011, 20:26

Shouldn't you look the horse in the mouth before you buy it ???

So he does need the right set of teeth !!! geek

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Post by Merlin on Wed May 11 2011, 07:23

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11. It is certainly no secret that George Clooney has had a bit of cosmetic dental work done. The actor has reportedly undergone more than $30,000 worth of dental surgery over the years. Porcelain veneers were also on Clooney’s list of things to do. A teeth grinding habit left Clooney with a crooked smile for many years. Porcelain veneers were used to lengthen the teeth that Clooney had ground down and a laser treatment was done on his gums in order to expose more of his natural teeth.

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Post by bellybaby on Wed May 11 2011, 13:37

Interesting article Merlin! Though don't know why Vicky Beckham bothers to have any teeth at all. She never smiles. silent

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Post by Merlin on Sat Oct 15 2011, 13:39

The following posts were moved from another thread.

lelacorb wrote:Well George's eyes and teeth redone them already!

He hasn't had his eyes done....that was a joke he made when Julia Roberts interviewed him...

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Post by pattygirl on Sat Oct 15 2011, 14:03

And didn't the "teeth" story come out when he did Intolerable Cruelty which was a part of the story.

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Post by lelacorb on Sat Oct 15 2011, 14:35

He made blepharoplasty 5o6 years ago and has luminers veneers to the teeth. His teeth were so white it so straight it, and you watch ER neaccorgerai! In an interview he said that it was redone because the teeth gnashing and at night they were ruined.

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Post by pattygirl on Sat Oct 15 2011, 14:41

Then he did what he needed to do to repair the damage he had done to his teeth. Vanity doesn't really come into play in that situation and neither does getting older. People cap their teeth to protect what they have rather than have them removed and wear dentures.

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Post by lelacorb on Sat Oct 15 2011, 14:48

But you are not limited to repair them if they made ​​it shiny and perfect remake .George hadn't beautiful teeth!

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Post by lelacorb on Sat Oct 15 2011, 14:51

George Clooney Buys A New SmileSee the transformation here...
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George Clooney has invested $30,000 (£15,000) on giving his dashing Hollywood smile a revamp, according to a new report.

The actor's blinding pearly-white gnashers - on display at the Costume Institute Gala in New York earlier this month - are reportedly the result of extensive dental surgery.
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Post by cindigirl on Sat Oct 15 2011, 14:53

I remember him in Michael Clayton. His bottom teeth were awful and uneven. He may have had them repaired soon after for his image.

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Post by Katiedot on Tue Dec 13 2011, 13:49

Just found this and thought it might be interesting:

From flaxdental.com

March 11th, 2009

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Not that he needed alot of help in being more attractive, Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney , who is rated a “10″ by most women, had a smile makeover in the past year that makes him look more energetic and more youthful.

Worn, shorter and yellow teeth shown in the photos below gave George ( a.k.a. Dr. Doug Ross) a more aged appearance. Without a doubt his improved smile is a great accessory to his image.

Usually when a smile ages like this, it is a sign of bite imbalances and/or the effects of grinding. Looks like George got some excellent help rebuilding the edges of lost enamel with porcelain veneers or crowns, possibly some laser care for his gums, and hopefully treating the cause first with some bite therapy.

Certainly ER becomes more important with Dr. Doug on the show tonight–giving all of us (especially George Clooney) plenty of more reasons to smile.

Keep smiling right,

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Post by it's me on Tue Dec 13 2011, 15:16

hug!

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Post by it's me on Tue Dec 13 2011, 23:20

new again?
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Post by Katiedot on Wed Dec 14 2011, 03:13

No It's Me, that article was from 2009. I've just found it now and posted it here.

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Post by pattygirl on Wed Dec 14 2011, 13:41

I really don't understand the criticism of George having his teeth fixed. He can well afford the $30,000. I know many "average" people who spend enormous amounts of money to whiten, straighten, cap, veneer their teeth. They do it for many reasons, to regain their bite, to regain their self-confidence, to look better when they smile. I hope that no one is equating this to plastic surgery done just for vanity's sake.

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Post by melbert on Wed Dec 14 2011, 14:18

As I was looking at the pics and watched the interviews from Oz, it looks as if he maybe had a "touch up" of his teeth. They seem a little brighter than some of the pics from just a few weeks ago.

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Post by MyGirlKylie on Wed Dec 14 2011, 14:27

pattygirl wrote:I really don't understand the criticism of George having his teeth fixed. He can well afford the $30,000. I know many "average" people who spend enormous amounts of money to whiten, straighten, cap, veneer their teeth. They do it for many reasons, to regain their bite, to regain their self-confidence, to look better when they smile. I hope that no one is equating this to plastic surgery done just for vanity's sake.

Yeah Right

As long as he doesn't show up with a mouth full of Chicklets, a little cosmetic dentistry should be no biggie. lol

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