Katie Price was left in agony after she suffered an allergic reaction to the penicillin in the antibiotics she was given after she had her veneers fitted last week.
Katie Price was ''really ill for days'' after she suffered a severe allergic reaction to the antibiotics she was given following the surgery she had on her teeth last week.
The 39-year-old former glamour model - who is allergic to penicillin - was left crying in agony earlier this week after she experienced an adverse reaction to the medication she was prescribed after having her veneers updated in Turkey.
Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Thursday (09.11.17), she shared: ''Basically when I was younger, I fell off a skateboard and I've had all cosmetic procedures and stuff but this is the only cosmetic procedure that I do actually need. So when I was younger, I fell off a skateboard and cracked all my front teeth and I needed veneers. They were 10 years old my veneers so I needed them replaced.
''I was flying backwards and forwards to Turkey doing them and then last week I was due on the show and so anyway last week they put me out for five hours and I flew back the next day, which was fine because they gave me all the antibiotics and everything and then on my way [to the television appearance on 'Loose Women'], I was like, 'Oh my God, I feel really ill, really, really ill.' And I read the box and - because I'm allergic to penicillin - that's what they'd given me so I was really ill for days after that. And then I did a chat with Piers Morgan with my temporaries and I was in so much pain.''
The brunette beauty went back to Turkey earlier this week to have her temporaries ripped out and her permanent gnashers slotted in and, although her mouth is still swollen and bruised, she couldn't be happier with her new dazzling smile.
She explained: ''I was literally crying and then I flew back to Turkey and came back last night and even though I've still got stitches in the back of my mouth and my mouth is still all bruised, these are my new teeth. But I did need them.''