Mom Who Lost All Her Teeth During Pregnancy Shows Off Her New Look


TikTok user “princxssglitterhead” shares that she lost her teeth while pregnant. She has gone viral on TikTok after showing off her beauty transformation with clip-on dentures.

Throughout her pregnancy, Alici experienced multiple dental problems and repairs. Alicia’s before and after TikTok videos show her going from toothless and without makeup, to dolled up with pearly white dentures. Her goal is to help people who feel insecure about their dental health. Alicia said in an earlier YouTube video “Once we get to a point with our teeth, we can’t even imagine it better.”

“We are just too complacent, and I accepted it as my fate – you just have bad teeth and you won’t like ’em.”

As a child, mom didn’t have any dental issues, except for one front tooth that was smaller than the rest. At twenty-one, Alicia experienced toothaches during her first pregnancy, but she wasn’t too concerned. After having her baby, she said, “I had no idea how much the pregnancy was affecting my body.” At this point in her journey, two of her front teeth broke and she received partial replacements.

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“It was very difficult emotionally for me to lose my teeth,” she explained, “[My husband] married me with perfect teeth… and just one year later his wife is missing front teeth.”

Alicia is now 36 years old. Before turning thirty-one, she had three more children, with each pregnancy causing dental problems and requiring a variety of expensive treatments, which her budget with a growing family would not allow. After her second child, she remembered feeling like it was the end of the world when she called the dentist. Finally in her late thirties, this mom found a dentist that worked out a long-term financial plan and created clip-in dentures she can now show off!

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The total cost to Alicia is $16,900, which she will pay back over five years. The 36-year-old mother said, “It has been over 2 years for me, and yet I am still amazed that I feel like myself.”.

The poor nutrition and genetics she experienced during pregnancy led to her teeth decay. She also feared the dentist after accidentally swallowing fluoride during an appointment as a child. As a result, she delayed treatment. Though the mother of two feels more confident with her new dentures and now supports those going through similar experiences, dental care during pregnancy is crucial in order to prevent tooth decay and pregnancy tumours. During the nine months of pregnancy, pregnant women should brush their teeth twice a day and see their dentist at least once.

If you are sick due to morning sickness during your pregnancy, rinse your mouth with a baking soda mix/water or mouthwash containing fluoride, and wait an hour before brushing.

Alicia believes it’s important to find a dentist who can meet your unique and individual needs.

“It is so important that you explore your options, ” she said. Look into it. There is no need to make any decisions, just let your curiosity lead you to what you need. You don’t have to be afraid to look.”


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