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Molly-Mae Hague Shows Off Natural Teeth After Ditching Composites

Molly-Mae Hague Shows Off Natural Teeth After Ditching Composites

Molly-Mae showed off her new teeth on TikTok this afternoon.

Lucy Devine

Lucy Devine

Molly-Mae Hague has taken to TikTok to show off her new teeth, after having her composite bonds removed.

You can watch the clip below:

Taking to social media, Molly-Mae, 21, shared a clip of her new teeth - or should we say, old teeth - explaining to followers: "On this journey to becoming more natural... I decided it was time for one more change.

"Goodbye composite bonds, hello natural toothies."

We still think the Love Island star has a winning Hollywood smile - just look at those pearly whites!

The change comes after Molly decided to have her lip fillers dissolved last year. Unveiling the new look on social media, she said at the time: "Nothing in there, they were rock solid, look how line-y they are now with no filler.

Molly has had her composite bonds removed and fillers dissolved (

"I'm weirdly happy about it, I don't know how to feel, I've gone back to 15-year-old me again."

And fans were so impressed with Molly's new look, with one writing on TikTok: "Loveeee, showing the younger generation you can be beautiful in your own skin and still be an influencer."

While another added: "So inspirational and even more beautiful now than ever!!"

Molly had composite bonds previously (
Molly-Mae Hague/Instagram)

"You are honestly one of the best role models I've seen. I love how much you are promoting natural beauty now," said another.

Meanwhile one added: "So inspirational and even more beautiful now than ever!"

And one wrote: "You really are such a natural beauty!"

Molly recently had her lip fillers dissolved (
TikTok/Molly-Mae Hague)

Composite bonding is an alternative to veneers and involves bonding a tooth resin to existing teeth to reshape, improve colour, build structure or fill in gaps.

It is non-invasive and usually doesn't require any of the natural tooth to be removed.

Featured Image Credit: Molly-Mae Hague/TikTok

Topics: Celebrity News, Molly Mae Hague