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'Monstrously swollen' Martin Lewis issues health update after agonising procedure

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Martin Lewis has issued a health update to his 1.5 million Twitter followers today.The Money Saving Expert founder revealed he underwent an agonising dental procedure that left part of his face “monstrously swollen”.Martin, 50, tweeted this morning: “Ta for all the kind messages.

Wasn't a pleasant experience, but through it now.  “Pain management is going well, though my upper lip is monstrously swollen, so speaking isn't easy and my left eye has swollen too. “I'm back to work today, but obviously no TV/radio.”His tweet was a follow-up to one he sent out on Friday detailing his fears ahead of the procedure.READ MORE: Elton John ‘booed by crowd’ at farewell tour after Newcastle quip“Slightly dreading this pm,” he wrote.“Having implant drilled into the bone of my front top tooth. “Was meant to happen 6 months ago but bone graft didn't take well so had to wait. “It’s going to be deep so not fun.“I'm signing off now, may bow out of media next week if face swells.

Have a good weekend.” (sic)Martin was inundated with supportive messages from his fans following his most recent health update.Ashelymadblue wrote: “Ouch!

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