Molly-Mae Hague is now undoing dental work to go back to a more natural look – after famously having fillers dissolved

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Many celebs feel pressure to enhance their looks with cosmetic work after finding fame, but Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague is doing the exact opposite.

The 21-year-old beauty has been on a mission to get back to a more natural look since admitting she’s found it difficult to look back at times when she went “too far” with fillers.

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Molly-Mae, who has been dating Tommy Fury since meeting on the reality show in 2019, shared an update with her fans on TikTok yesterday, and announced she was about to have the composite bonding on her teeth removed.

“On this journey to becoming more natural, I decided it was time for one more change. Goodbye composite bonds, hello natural teethies,” she captions a video of herself in the back of a car, showing off her enhanced teeth.

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But what exactly is composite bonding?

“Just like contouring make-up can be used to define, enhance and sculpt the face, composite bonding sculpts our teeth to create an enhanced, more balanced smile,” explains Dr Safa Al-Naher, clinical lead at London's Care Dental Clinic.

“To do this, I attach a resin material to my patient’s tooth and mould and shape it until their smile looks uniform and even. I then harden the composite with UV light, resulting in hardened and even-looking teeth.”

It might give a veneer-like effect, but bonding is much less invasive and – as Molly-Mae is proving – can be reversed.

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“While veneers are a great option for some people, shaving a tooth [as is done with veneers] isn’t reversible. When we composite bond however, we don’t need to remove any of the tooth structure,” Dr Al-Naher says.

This isn’t the first time Molly-Mae has reversed a cosmetic treatment, either. She openly talked about having her face and lip fillers dissolved, after telling fans it makes her “sick” that she did that to herself.

“I don't like to even look at these [old] pics,” she told Instagram fans last year, before vlogging her whole lip filler removal experience.

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The social media influencer also revealed to her fans this weekend that her “biggest regret” is getting lip fillers at a young age, after being asked the question by a fan in an Instagram Q&A.

The star is yet to reveal the results of having her composite bonding removed but we’ll be keeping an eye out on her channels to see the finished look.

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