Harley St dentist to Towie stars who ‘romped with patient’ after boozing at posh Savoy hotel faces being struck off
A HARLEY STREET dentist at a clinic that treats Towie stars who romped with a patient after boozing at London’s posh Savoy hotel faces being struck off.
Dr Sahil Patel had sex with the woman hours after treating her, a disciplinary hearing heard.
He had taken her for dinner at the five-star Savoy after completing her veneer treatment in November last year.
They carried on drinking until after midnight, when the dentist said he couldn’t get home ‘as there are no underground trains,’ the General Dental Council (GDC) heard.
Dr Patel went to the patient’s hotel room across the street and had sex with her, the tribunal heard.
He is said to have referred to her as a ‘Jewish princess’, but he denies using the phrase.
Dr Patel is an associate dentist at The Harley Street Smile Clinic, which lists TOWIE stars Lauren Pope, James Lock, Frankie Essex and Kirk Norcross among its clients.
The clinic’s website said Dr Patel had created “the smiles of several reality TV personalities, Members of Parliament, professional athletes, and social media influencers”.
Dr Patel emailed ‘patient A’ his mobile number on September 27 last year and they went for a drink.
He met her again on October 3 and kissed her and the Savoy date was arranged, it is claimed.
Sam Thomas, for the GDC, said: “She had travelled from the south coast where she lived to London to make an appointment with the registrant on 1 November.
“This was the third of three appointments in order to have veneers placed on her teeth.
“The appointment on 1 November finished at approximately 3pm and at 7.15pm on that same day the registrant and patient A met at the Savoy Hotel.
“They are at the restaurant and they moved to an adjacent bar where they drank until after midnight.
“The pair then went across the road to a hotel opposite the Savoy and had sexual intercourse.”
The misconduct panel heard the dentist’s lawyer has raised the issue as to whether patient A was a current patient of Dr Patel.
The pair then went across the road to a hotel opposite the Savoy and had sexual intercourse.
Mr Thomas added: “The council say that patient A was due to be seen in 12 months time following the third of the three appointments.
“So we accept that on 1 November 2019 the treatment had finished but there was due to be a review in November 2020.
“Further the council say that there was a five-year guarantee with regard to
Dubai brings together world football’s biggest stars for friendly match as part of Dubai Fitness Challenge
(MENAFN – Emirates News Agency (WAM)) DUBAI, 21st November, 2020 (WAM) — Some of international football’s biggest stars came together in Dubai this weekend for a friendly match that took place on the pitches at Dubai Sports World, inside the air-conditioned halls of Dubai World Trade Centre as part of Dubai Fitness Challenge 30 x 30.
The match was organised jointly by Dubai Sports Council and Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing.
The players who took part in the match have won every possible title in the world of football, including the FIFA World Cup, UEFA European Championships, UEFA Champions League as well the Best Player of the Year awards.
The star-studded line-up included Portugal legend Luis Figo, the 2000 Ballon d’Or and 2001 FIFA World Player of the Year winner, who is considered one of the greatest to ever play the game; Carles Puyol, the former Spain captain and winner of the 2010 World Cup and the 2008 European Championships, and Dutch Clarence Seedorf, who is the only player to have won the UEFA Champions League with three different clubs – once with Ajax (1995), once with Real Madrid (1998) and twice with Milan (2003 and 2007).
Seedorf’s Dutch compatriot, Patrick Kluivert who holds the record for being the youngest player to score in the final of the main event on the European continent also took part in the match. He was only 18 years, 10 months and 23 days when he came off the bench to score Ajax’s 85th-minute winner against AC Milan in the 1995 Champions League final.
Frenchman Eric Abidal, the winner of two Champions League titles with Barcelona, also took the pitch alongside the likes of former Spain and Real Madrid star Michel Salgado, Italian goalkeeping legend Walter Zenga, Ghana’s Sulley Muntari and Frenchman Ibrahim Ba.
Mikael Silvestre, former France, Manchester United and Arsenal defender, was also present, cheering his former teammates and rivals from the sidelines as an injury prevented him from playing.
Saeed Hareb, Secretary-General of Dubai Sports Council, and Nasser Aman Al Rahma, Assistant Secretary-General of the Council, were present at the game along with Omran Al Jasmi, Manager of External Relations at the Council.
The stars thanked Dubai for providing them with this opportunity to come together and meets friends they had not met for a long time. The players who took part in the match all share a common love for Dubai and are either residents here or regular visitors. A number of them own properties and have plans to invest in Dubai’s growing sports sector.
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Since people with an Aries sun sign are ruled by Mars — named for the Roman god of war — personal trainer and astrologer Jess Archer might recommend a kickboxing class, allowing them to tap into their combative side.
For Geminis, who are known for being quick and jumpy, she’d suggest a 20-minute session of high-intensity interval training.
But sun signs are just the beginning. Archer likes to examine clients’ natal charts, which map the location of planets and stars at the time of their birth. That gives her more insight into their behaviors, traits and personality.
“Think of it as a cosmic selfie,” Archer said. Combined with her passion for fitness, this knowledge becomes a blueprint for knowing what makes clients tick, what motivates them to get in shape and to stick with it.
Clients are increasingly willing to talk about astrology. “There’s been a major resurgence,” Archer said. “People are looking for something more.”
Archer’s interest in horoscopes began to pique about eight years ago.
Archer studied at the Houston Institute of Astrology and was especially drawn to the way astrology could open doors to conversations and connection.
“Astrology is just a language,” she said. “And once you speak it, the sky speaks to you. It’s Astrologese.”
Before long, she found that astrology could help her connect with clients as a fitness trainer. As a Scorpio, Archers knows she can be a bit obsessive.
“I’m all the way in or I’m not in it at all,” she said.
With fitness, Archer has been “all the way in” for as long as she can remember. Even as a child, she would pore over exercise books and practice poses of fitness models. Archer was always athletic; in high school, she was captain of her varsity soccer team. After, she headed to the University of Houston to study public relations but left the program to pursue fitness instead.
At age 22, Archer competed in her first bikini competition — and began to take home awards. At first, the experience was rewarding.
“You prepare for 12 to 16 weeks to get on stage,” she said. “You feel so accomplished even if you take last place. What matters is that you got up there.”
But the competitions eventually began to erode her self-esteem. By her late 20s, she had dropped to 96 pounds. She was also diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and prescribed Adderall. The prescription didn’t seem beneficial to her, so she dropped it, resulting in extra pounds.
“I started gaining weight, and I couldn’t stop,” she said.
“I went from thinking that all that matters is the way I look to, ‘Here I am, and suddenly, none of my clothes fit,’” she said.
Archer coached herself out of the situation: “I told myself, ‘You know better. You’re going to stop eating your feelings.’”
She settled on a healthy weight. And now, as a fitness instructor, Archer can empathize with her clients with true empathy.
“I’ve been on all sides
The German coach treated himself to a “really cool” hair transplant a number of years ago and recently had his teeth touched up as well
Jurgen Klopp has overseen a number of makeovers during his career, having revived the fortunes of Borussia Dortmund before bringing Liverpool back to the summit of English and European football.
He is the man who pioneered ‘Heavy Metal Football’ and champions the gegenpress at Anfield, doing so while sporting his own unique baseball-capped look on the touchline.
Klopp is not averse to personal makeovers either, admitting to getting a hair transplant in 2013 and anyone who has been paying attention will have noticed that his smile is brighter since arriving on Merseyside.
So who is the mastermind behind the German coach’s inimitable smile? Goal brings you all you need to know.
Who is Jurgen Klopp’s dentist?
Dr Robbie Hughes is Jurgen Klopp’s dentist and is responsible for the German’s new look. Dr Hughes owns the Dental Excellence practice, which is based in Liverpool.
In a 2019 interview with BBC Sport, Hughes said that Klopp got in touch with the Dental Excellence team after seeing the work they had done with Roberto Firmino’s teeth.
“Working with Jurgen Klopp came about because he saw Roberto’s new teeth and decided he wanted to do something,” Hughes said.
“When Jurgen came to see us, he basically just said he liked Roberto’s teeth, that he wouldn’t want to go quite as white, but he liked his teeth.”
Klopp subsequently denied Hughes’ version of events, insisting that he had been having problems with his teeth which required antibiotics and sought to address the issues by getting a treatment.
“It was not that I saw Bobby Firmino’s teeth and went ‘I want them!'” the Liverpool boss insisted in an interview with Soccer AM.
He added: “It’s a long procedure and I had to go to the toilet. When I went I looked in the mirror and they’re really small – I realised, that’s the point of never going back, you have to do it now.
“I mean I like them, but obviously it’s different. They feel comfortable, it’s all good.”
Hughes has been working with Liverpool players for a number of years and his first involvement with the club was with Martin Skrtel, who played at Anfield from 2008 to 2016.
“The Liverpool connection started with a friend of mine, who was looking after Martin Skrtel at the time,” Hughes explained.
“Martin had an incident on the training pitch and he needed some dental work, so my friend introduced me to Martin, we did some work and he was really happy.
“I think the next player to come was Lucas [Leiva], then Lucas introduced me to the Brazilians and it all went from there really.”
As noted, the player whose smile makeover is probably most notable is Roberto Firmino and the striker’s gleaming gnashers may well have inspired others on the team.
“Roberto just wanted a new smile,
Rihanna is using her latest Savage X Fenty campaign to shine a spotlight on Black breast cancer survivors.
Leiva, one of the three models, wanted her scars to be shown in photos. “I do not see my scars as scars,” she said in an e-mail. “I look at them as my handmade jewerly pieces … reminding me and others I am here and thriving.” Credit: Courtesy of Savage x Fenty
The campaign photographs feature Cayatanita Leiva and Ericka Hart, both 34, and Nykia McKenzie, 26, wearing the collection’s sporty new styles against draped pink fabric. Each model had a hand in how they were presented, either taking the pictures themselves or with the help of a loved one.
Hart, who posed in a gray bralette and panty set, was diagnosed with two types of breast cancer at once: HER2-positive and triple-negative. The model credited the Black femme and queer communities with being a source of support.
“The Savage X Fenty campaign was affirming of my experience as not just a breast cancer survivor but all of my intersections of identity as a Black, queer, non-binary femme,” Hart said in an email interview.
“Many cancer campaigns focus on one aspect, your chronic illness but not how your various identities play a role in how you navigate cancer … I also loved that the campaign didn’t focus on poses that focused on strength as the sole image for living with breast cancer, but rather is just showcasing people who want to share their experience to make a difference for someone else.”
McKenzie, 26, models for the new Savage X Fenty campaign. Credit: Courtesy of Savage x Fenty
A striking disparity
As well as offering visibility to three individual Black breast cancer survivors, the campaign also brings attention to what it calls