Simon Cowell is sinking his teeth into his recovery.
The "America's Got Talent" host received a new set of veneers this week after visiting Beverly Hills-based cosmetic dentist Dr. Apa.
"it official. i'm going to hollywood!! actually DUBAI THIS WEEKEND," the doc wrote on Instagram on Oct. 26 alongside a picture of a smiling Simon. In the image, Simon holds up an "American Idol" card, despite having left the show in 2010.
"it truly is amazing working with amazing people," Dr. Apa added. "thank you @simoncowell for putting your trust in us."
Apa previously hinted that he was working on Simon's mouth, having posted a photo to Instagram with the TV judge on Oct. 21.
"anyone else curious to see? arguably one of THE most talked about smiles in the industry," he captioned the photo that showed Simon wearing a face mask.
Page Six previously reported that Simon already had veneers that were done by a different dentist, but he wanted a new set that was "less bulky."
The recent procedure took place over two three-hour appointments and included 28 teeth, Page Six reported, noting that Apa typically charges $4,000 per tooth. If that's the case, the cost of Simon's veneer job ran around $112,000.
Simon has been on the mend after a horrific e-bike crash in August that nearly left him paralyzed. According to witnesses, speed was a factor in the accident, as Simon was allegedly thrown in the air after the bike did a "giant wheelie."
"He did a turn in his courtyard, changed gear, and then the bike went into a wheelie and threw him off the back," a source told Page Six shortly after the accident. "Simon was in complete agony and was stretchered out of his home and taken in an ambulance to hospital."
"Friends at the scene quickly checked that he could move fingers and toes… When he fell off the bike, he landed right on his back, which broke in a number of places," the source continued. "He had to have a metal rod inserted into his back."
Doctors said he narrowly missed severing his spinal cord, Page Six reported.