As Taylor Swift appears to FINALLY fix chipped tooth after a decade, dentist ... trends now
Eagle-eyed Taylor Swift fans have focused on their favourite popstar's smile for several years.
In 2013, Swift accidentally hit herself in the face with her microphone while performing on stage, causing part of her tooth to fall off.
But according to astute fans and dentists on TikTok, the missing piece of enamel has finally been replaced.
One fan on Instagram wrote last month: 'I think it's so cute how she stuck with the chipped tooth for TEN years and honestly I think she's beautiful before and after she got it fixed.'
Dr Joyce Kahng, a cosmetic dentist and owner of O+M Dental Studio in California, suggests that Taylor likely got new veneers that cover up her chipped tooth
Meanwhile on TikTok, Dr Joyce Kahng, a cosmetic dentist and owner of O+M Dental Studio in California, suggested that the chip was covered up by a whole new set of veneers - coverings that fit over the front surfaces of your teeth to make them appear more uniform.
She speculated that the megastar, who this week was named Time magazine's Person of The Year, underwent an 'express service' at the end of September.
'What's common with celebrities is that they often pay to have a one-day turnaround,' said Dr Kahng, in a video with more than 2.9million views.
'She probably went in on the 27th, and by the 29th, they were installed.'
But that's not all Swift is rumored to have had done.
According to dental experts on social media, the Eras Tour sensation has endured a collection of procedures over the years in order to perfect her smile.
Braces, veneers and gum operations have, over the years, cost her more than $30,000, the experts suggest.
In a TikTok video, UK dentist Dr Vikas Prinja showed