Mail on Sunday health writer, Rachael Lloyd, covered the amazing story of Julie Toulson and her family who all underwent treatment at Smile Saver’s clinic in Budapest. Julie had problems from years back when she was kicked in the face by a horse. Due to marry and getting increasingly insecure about her front teeth Julie decided to follow her mother’s advice and together with her father they travelled to Budapest to start treatment. In all they estimate they together saved over £27,000 and Julie was able to beam a confident smile as she walked down the aisle. Julie says: ‘It was very emotional walking down the aisle. For years I’d been plagued by insecurity about my front teeth and now, finally, I was free of that stress.
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