ALL Brett Lee-Brown wanted this Christmas was his front tooth, after it was unexpectedly snapped off during an exploratory endoscopy procedure last month.
The distressed tradie’s wish has come true — a new tooth implant — after prosthodontist Michael Zaninovich read about his shock loss in The Sunday Times and offered to fast-track free specialist help.
As reported last month, Mr Lee-Brown lost an upper central incisor during a routine exploratory upper gastrointestinal endoscopy at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
“It couldn’t have come at a better time, before Christmas and with my partner’s family coming from England — some of whom I’ve never met before — to stay with us,” the 46-year-old beamed.
“I was embarrassed about not having a front tooth.”
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