DANIELLA Westbrook looked pained as she was injected with lip filler after complaining dental work left her with a “sunken face”.
The 45-year-old took a trip to a cosmetic specialist recently to help her achieve a plumper pout.
In photos showing her getting the treatment, the former EastEnders star can be seen smiling as doctors attempt to improve her lips.
Daniella then poses with the staff at Xpressions Aesthetics & Lazer Clinic in Luton as she shows off the results.
The treatment comes months after the star was forced to go under the knife in an attempt to save her face, after admitting her cheekbone was “rotting” away after years of drug abuse and botched operations.
Danniella, who has just been given the all clear after a terrifying battle with womb cancer, has been suffering a number of terrifying health issues since undergoing botched dental surgery in 2015 which left her with blood poisoning.
Last year she admitted she hated her “sunken face” and was drinking 12 pints of milk a day to help strengthen her bones for the operation.
Danniella added: “People stare at me constantly.
“People elbow each other and say, ‘God she ain’t got no nose at all.’”
Danniella also suffers from osteoporosis and said doctors had planned to fix her face using a piece of her rib.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain, the mum-of-two explained: “The screws, which they have left in [during my dental work], the bone didn’t close around them when I had implants, which led to blood getting into the bone so it just died.
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“That gave me the septicaemia which gave me the bone disease and started rotting away and it’s all down to that.
“They were going to have to take some of my skull but they’re going to use a floating rib.”
The actress’s new cosmetic procedure is no doubt part of her plan to attract a new man, after a Tinder profile reported to belong to the star was spotted last month.
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