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Chicago Woman Toothless For 6 Years After Dental Reality Show Got Cancelled



Chicago Woman Toothless For The Past 6 Years After Dental Reality Show Got Cancelled

Chicago Woman Toothless For The Past 6 Years After Dental Reality Show Got Cancelled

A Chicago woman’s hopes of repairing her rotting teeth on a reality television show took a turn for the worst when things didn’t go according to plan.

Brooke Allen agreed to participate in the 2014 show “Smile” on the Lifetime channel. She saw that contestants could receive serious dental work in exchange for participating in the show.

Allen says that the show’s producers arranged for her to have nearly all her teeth pulled and replaced with implants. Dentists pulled out 20 of her teeth to make way for what one producer told her would be a mouthful of permanent dental implants.


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The producer even provides Allen with a date in that exchange, and she says they ensued with pulling out all of her teeth. Allen says the dentures caused her anxiety because she couldn’t eat with them, prompting her to call producers about the permanent implants again.

She says that’s when she was told she needed to heal for a year. She says she waited nearly two years before even reaching back out. But Allen says by then, it was too late. The dentist told her that Lifetime producers had told them to stop (work related to the show).

“Now it’s eight years later and I’m still having anxiety (over my mouth), I still can’t eat. I just have nothing. They left me hanging.”

In an email exchange between the producers of the show and Allen, the former shrugged off responsibility for any further dental work, saying that it was made clear to Allen that “any further work outside the scope of the show would be your responsibility.”

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