LOVE Island star Mary Bedford has been spotted looking totally different as she showed off her “new teeth” after a makeover.
The reality TV star – who rose to fame on the ITV2 dating show in 2021 – took to social media to reveal her latest look with her “perfect smile”.
Mary, 22, posted a video clip on her Instagram stories after she visited a celebrity dentist to have her teeth turned into the “perfect smile”.
She detailed to fans how she had been “very excited” for weeks ahead of her appointment with cosmetic dentist Dr Bilal Arshad.
The dentist specialises in putting in porcelain veneers, which Mary looked to be having fitted during her appointment on Tuesday afternoon.
The reality TV star turned influencer revealed the results with a video of herself smiling wide – showing off her brand new pearly whites.
Looking glamorous in a full face of make-up and her blonde hair down, Mary looked red-carpet ready with her wide shiny smile.
Mary has been open in the past about having cosmetic work done, incluyendo un trabajo de tetas, brow lift and lip filler before her Love Island appearance.
Old photos on Mary’s Instagram profile show the beauty looking remarkably different before she had cosmetic work done on her face.
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Speaking about the surgery, Mary previously shared: “If you’ve got an insecurity you’re best off getting it fixed, there’s no point going through life insecure.”
She also “recientemente” had 0.5ml of filler pumped into her lips, as well as having Invisalign treatment due to insecurities around her teeth.
Body-wise, Mary had a boob job last year – explaining in a YouTube video that her bust was a “massive insecurity” of hers.
She called the surgery the “best decision she’s ever made”, with it coming just in time for her Love Island debut this summer.
En noviembre, Mary showed fans inside her swanky new city apartment.
The reality TV star said she’d moved in without her own furniture as she took fans on a tour on the day she moved in.
The star said her mum and dad helped her move into the flat in Manchester and admitted it was “the start of a new chapter”.