Judy Murray is best known for being tennis player, Andy Murray’s mum. But the tennis coach recently traded her tracksuit and trainers for sequins and heels when she became a contestant on TV’s Strictly Come Dancing. And, while the spotlight might be on her dance moves, it’s Judy’s stunning new white smile that’s caught everyone’s eye.
Achieving the perfect smile took 15 months and numerous trips to the dentist for Judy, 55. But she’s revealed in the media the results are well worth it. When interviewed by the Radio Times, Judy confessed having cosmetic dentistry, including dental implants, was a big deal. Her teeth, she said, needed a lot of work. On top of that, she had a fear or the dentist and was a nervous patient. But Judy Murray was desperate to fix her teeth and took the plunge.
For some people, it takes being thrust into the spotlight to make us sort out our stained teeth or get that chipped or broken tooth repaired. But why wait when there are so many cosmetic solutions available? A veneer on one or more teeth, crowns – or even discreet removable braces (such as Inman Aligner or Invisalign) – can transform an unhappy smile.
Judy’s dance moves have so far failed to set the dance floor alight, with judges calling her “wooden”. But her week three performance, a Quickstep to ‘Don’t Rain on My Parade’, showed a big improvement and she remains in the contest.