This woman got a $30000 makeover, and it was so good that even her own family members didn’t recognize her! Good for her!
One of the best things about makeovers is that they are great for self-esteem. They are a chance for someone to invest in themselves, giving themselves the new look that they deserve. That is why one mother of five underwent a $30,000 makeover for her teeth and ended up coming out of the procedure completely unrecognizable, even to her own children. It gave her a new lease on life and now she can smile with confidence again.
Angela Kennedy had struggled with her teeth for a very long time. However, someone nominated her for a program called Random Act of Happiness, and that allowed her to work with the experts at Destination Happiness. This is a group that helps people in need who have dental problems, and they selected Kennedy for a teeth makeover, and it was literally one of the best things to ever happen to her.
Angela’s soon-to-be sister-in-law nominated her for the program, saying that she always puts everyone else’s needs before her own.
Dr. Simon Hinckfuss is the periodontist who was assigned to Angela’s case. First, he had heard how her teeth had prevented her from leading an active life. Angela explained that she was embarrassed at the condition of her teeth, saying they were in such poor condition that she didn’t even want to leave the car to watch her son play football. She was embarrassed to be seen in public!
Dr. Hinckfuss began with an x-ray of Angela’s teeth, and this gave him a great vantage point to start that teeth makeover. It took several steps and a number of sessions, but Angela finally had a new set of teeth into her jaw, and she was ready to put her new smile on full display.
Angela said she looked like a new woman with her improved smile, and this was all thanks to the generosity of Destination Happiness and their Random Act of Happiness program. Angela was able to get the teeth that she deserved, and she looked so different that it was unbelievable.
YouTube viewers shared as many as a hundred comments or more about Angela’s dental repair journey.
One woman wrote, “I know how she feels. In 2004 I began my dental repair journey as I was able to afford it. I went from not smiling to smiling all the time. It was very freeing. So happy for this woman.”
“What a wonderful gift to give someone.”
“The dentists are absolutely amazing. And all the people that donated to the cause. May God bless you abundantly. Mum, you look amazing.”
What do you think about Angela Kennedy’s $30,000 makeover?