Woman looked like ‘a horse’ with ‘piano key’ teeth after botched dental op

Aida Azizii was left gutted after flying to Iran to get some discount dental work, as her teeth were left looking ‘like piano keys’ and now she’s had to pay to put them right

Aida Azizii was disappointed after paying for budget dental work

A young woman who flew to Iran for some discount dental work was gutted as her teeth were left looking ‘like piano keys’.

Aida Azizii, 26, decided to travel to Tehran on May 7 and opted to have composite bonding as it was a bargain at just £550 for 19 teeth.

But after six hours in the dentist’s chair, Aida says the procedure was a disaster as she was left with teeth that didn’t match and she could barely close her mouth.

The project manager said that even her voice changed as a result of the botched procedure, and now she has shared her ordeal online to warn others.







She likened her teeth to ‘piano keys’
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Aida said she couldn’t even close her mouth after the op
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Aida, from London, explains: “Iran is known for cosmetic procedures and is cheaper than Turkey.

“I was very trusting of this new doctor that I had been recommended. I didn’t see any social media accounts, I just booked it there and then and he did it in one appointment, which I should have seen as a red flag initially.

“The composite bonding procedure cost £550 in total for 19 teeth to be done.

“When the procedure started, the dentist was still busy with another patient so his dental assistant started the work, she reassured me and kept telling me to trust her as she always does it and that it’s her job.







Thankfully her teeth have now been fixed
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“In Iran, they love bright white teeth but I just wanted a natural white colour. Although she insisted she would give me a really nice bright white colour and that it would dull down over a year.

“She chose the whitest colour I had ever seen. They were like piano keys.

“She only did the four bottom teeth and then had to leave, so then the doctor finally took over.”

Aida made an impulsive decision whilst visiting family in Iran to get composite bonding on her teeth as she knew it was cheaper than UK and Turkey.







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Aida adds: “When we finished, I looked in the mirror and couldn’t believe what he had done. I resembled a horse. They were way too big but he told me I would just get used to them.

“I wasn’t even able to eat because my back teeth weren’t touching and the tip of my tongue was sore

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Latest Fatalities of Woman University Athletes Provide Awareness to Psychological Wellness

In 2021, sports activities enthusiasts all around the planet discovered about the concern of women’s psychological wellness in sports activities from Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka.

Osaka is a winner Japanese tennis player. But last 12 months she said she did not want to converse to information reporters at the French Open up tennis opposition. Following her first match, Osaka made a decision to withdraw from the celebration. She said crucial concerns from reporters created her lose self confidence in her capability to perform.

Afterwards on, Osaka reported she felt extended durations of intensive unhappiness recognised as melancholy just after successful the U.S. Open in 2018.

At the postponed Summertime Olympics in Tokyo, prime American gymnast Simone Biles did not compete in some of her best functions. She mentioned she felt too significantly tension to carry out. She said she was “fighting” with herself. Biles still left the gymnastics workforce competitiveness and the American gymnastic group got the silver medal as an alternative of the gold.

FILE- Simone Biles, of United States, performs her ground exercise plan during the women’s inventive gymnastic skills at the 2020 Summer time Olympics, Sunday, July 25, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Image/Ashley Landis)

Biles did return to competitors at the Olympics and won a bronze medal. When the Olympics finished, she said she would choose some time off but has not said no matter whether she will try to contend at the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

Pretty much a single 12 months afterwards, Osaka is taking part in tournaments again. She not too long ago designed it to the finals of the Miami Open in the American condition of Florida.

Not only expert athletes

Osaka and Biles are two of the most renowned woman athletes in the earth. But college or university athletic officers in the U.S. are concerned that not more than enough is being finished to aid the mental wellness of young women athletes.

Numerous girls compete in sports activities for schools and universities. Their softball video games and soccer video games are not viewed by thousands and thousands of men and women on tv. But their well being is however an significant situation.

In addition, some young gals athletes are now generating cash in their sporting activities and come to feel strain to existing an impression and satisfy the necessities of sporting activities business specials.

Stanford basketball gamers dress in the letters KM on their wrists in honor of Katie Meyer, a soccer participant who died from suicide earlier this 12 months. (AP Image/David Becker, File)

But this 12 months, the deaths of female athletes confirmed that mental overall health is just as vital as actual physical well being. A few American school university student-athletes died by suicide. Katie Meyer was 22. She was a soccer player for Stanford University in California. Sarah Shulze was a 21-12 months-previous runner at the College of Wisconsin. The third was 20-calendar year-aged Lauren Bernett, a leading softball player on the workforce at James Madison University

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Bill of the Month: Critically ill woman skips ER after spouse’s costly stitches : Shots

Jason Dean received six stitches and a tetanus shot after he cut his knee in May. In August, his wife, DeeAnn, feared going to the same emergency room where he was treated, delaying her diagnosis of Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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Jason Dean received six stitches and a tetanus shot after he cut his knee in May. In August, his wife, DeeAnn, feared going to the same emergency room where he was treated, delaying her diagnosis of Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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Jason and DeeAnn Dean recently relocated to her hometown of Dellrose, Tenn., where she grew up on a farm. Both in their late 40s, they’re trying to start a green dream business that combines organic farming with a health and wellness consulting company. They want to inspire people to grow their own food in this fertile rolling farmland just north of the border with Alabama.

Until the business fully launches, Jason is working in construction. In May, he was injured on the job site when a piece of sheet metal slipped and caught him on the kneecap. He bled quite a bit. After closing the wound with a butterfly bandage, he thought that might be enough. But on his drive home, he figured it would be best to have a professional stitch it up.

It was late in the day, and the emergency room seemed the best option since his doctor’s office was closed. He and DeeAnn had opted for a health plan with lower monthly payments and a high deductible. So he knew the cost of care wouldn’t be cheap — and he was right. When the bills for thousands of dollars came, they were shocked. They were in the midst of fighting them in August when DeeAnn started feeling as bad as she has ever felt.

“I haven’t eaten. I’m not drinking. I have a horrible fever. I can’t get out of bed. I’m shaking,” she said.

She was pretty sure she had contracted COVID-19 — the delta variant was surging across the South. She was kicking herself for putting off vaccination. She got tested and the result was negative. The next day, she visited a doctor who said her condition was bad enough to go to the ER — but she regarded that option as financially perilous.

“That is fear,” said DeeAnn. “If they charged Jason this much, what would they charge me?”

She was terrified of a potential bill from the same ER in Pulaski, Tenn., that had treated her husband. So even though she was deliriously ill, she hit the road in search of cheaper treatment, asking her parents to drive her. They headed south. The first stop was an ER in Huntsville, Ala., but it was so full of COVID-19 patients that she would have had to wait all day. Then they drove north nearly an hour to Maury Regional Medical Center, a public hospital in Columbia, Tenn., where she was

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