SHOCKING new photos allegedly showing Hunter Biden with ruined teeth before getting veneers have emerged.
The photos were allegedly obtained from the president’s son’s laptop, which holds hundreds of alleged texts and emails detailing his controversial lifestyle.
What happened to Hunter Biden’s teeth?
On April 6, 2021, Hunter, 51, published his autobiography called Beautiful Things in which he reveals many unknown details about his life.
The autobiography describes his battle with drug and alcohol addiction and his controversial personal life, detailing the countless sexual encounters he had with women.
However Hunter has not revealed the whole truth about his past, according to the DailyMail.com which claims it has verified thousands of texts, emails, photos and videos from his laptop.
In one of the shocking images, Hunter can be seen sitting in a dentist chair with his teeth completely damaged.
It is not certain if the picture was taken after they had been filed down before he was given veneers, or if they were damaged for another reason.
In another photo Hunter smiles proudly with his new veneers while posing with a woman.
How do veneers work?
A dental veneer is an ultra-thin, tooth-colored shell that are attached to the teeth to improve their appearance.
They are usually made of porcelain or resin-composite and are used to correct dental issues such as worn tooth enamel, uneven tooth alignment or spacing, tooth discoloration, and chips or cracks.
Some people may only choose veneers in the case of a broken or chipped tooth but some like to choose six to eight veneers to create an even smile, according to the Consumer Guide to Dentistry.
How much do veneers cost?
The cost of the veneers is determined by a number of factors including the fees of the cosmetic dentist, the location the treatment is performed, the material used, and the number of teeth that are treated.
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On average traditional veneers can cost between $925 to $2,500 per tooth and can last 10 to 15 years.
No-prep veneers cost around $800 to $2000 per tooth and last between 5 to 7 years.
Porcelain is more expensive than indirect or direct composite resin.
Source: The Sun
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