Dental advice

From Saturday’s Guardian:

Q: I am in my early 20s and considering spending £4,000 on cosmetic dentistry. I have healthy teeth, but they are crooked and that affects my confidence. Is it worth the money and the pain to have perfect teeth, or should I put the cash towards a deposit on a flat?

A: For much less than half your £4,000 you could fly to Belgrade and have your teeth corrected with a high degree of professionalism. I know of at least six high-calibre Serbian dentists who frequently treat English “dental tourists” – all very legal and above-board. You will see a new country, get a happy solution to your confidence-drop and still have money in the bank for that deposit.

I can only agree. The best dental work I’ve ever had was from a Serb dentist in Banja Luka. It would not surprise me to find that they are even better in Belgrade.

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  1. I thought Let the Right One In was fantastic, but I’m not sure of your thoughts on vampires. Worth a go, though. I really liked Room, and quite liked Small Island, though I felt it was over-hyped at the time that I read it. Misery is rather fantastic if you like Stephen King’s sort of thing.

    I would advise you to NEVER read any Martina Cole. NEVER.

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