Ronaldinho all smiles after 40k teeth op

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Ronaldinho was all smiles after successfully undergoing a £40,000 operation to fix his famously wonky teeth, as reported by The Sun.

The former Barcelona legend went under the knife in Belo Horizonte before revealing his new perfect pearlers on Brazilian TV - and the Atletico Mineiro playmaker was delighted with the outcome.

Speaking about his new and improved look, Ronaldinho said: "The best thing is that they have power to look in the mirror and make me feel good."

Ronaldinho admits he has always wanted to have his dodgy dentures fixed, adding: "The teeth were always something I wanted."

The Brazilian icon is unlikely to feature at the World Cup next summer after falling out of favour with national team coach Luis Felipe Scolari.

However, now the samba star is all smiles, Ronaldinho will be hoping he can force his way back into Scolari's plans ahead of the sporting showpiece.

Watch the video above and see Ronaldinho's new gnashers for yourself...

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