Katie Price dribbles as she unveils bloody real teeth in graphic clip from dental clinic
The former glamour model and her boyfriend Carl decided to get veneers fitted during their holiday to Turkey. Katie allowed the cameras into the dentist room to record the gory procedure
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Katie Price has released a graphic YouTube video where she gave viewers a sneak peek into her recent dental procedure.
The 42-year-old former glamour model was not holding back in her fly-on-the-wall YouTube channel and invited the cameras in to watch the gory procedure take place.
During her recent trip to Turkey, Katie and her new beau Carl Woods took a trip to the dental clinic to have a new set of veneers fitted.
The procedure involved having the old veneers removed before a sparkly new pair of teeth were fitted over the Katie’s filed-down natural gnashers.
In the footage, the mum of five had her whole mouth numbed as the dental specialist worked on her new grills.
Speaking from the dentist chair, Katie then told her fans that the numbness was ‘amazing’ as she dribbled before adding that she even fell asleep at one point.
Although the video was considerably graphic, Katie appeared in high spirits as she joked about her stumpy teeth.
“‘I’m feeling good. Just numb. I look like something out of James Bond. The man with metal teeth,” Katie joked.
Later in the clip, Katie touched her lips and face before admitting that she had no sensation in her face.
Katie had her first set of veneers fitted in 2017, however faced complications and has decided to get a new set done alongside her boyfriend.
The reality star has certainly had an eventful holiday and it wasn’t long after her veneers were put in that the star suffered a horrific accident where she broke both her feet.
Since returning from Turkey with her family, Katie has put on a brave face despite receiving a stark warning from doctors that she could lose a leg.
The television star is gearing up for an operation on her legs later this week after suffering from hairline fractures in both feet.
Katie also faces a long recovery phase and doctors will be keeping a watchful eye on her injuries following the procedure.
Medics have warned that she might not be able to walk for up to six months following her accident.
Despite the medical setbacks, Katie’s still grinning from ear to ear thanks to her new veneers.