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All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth [CD]

All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth [CD]

Anatomy notes 6 incisors (front teeth)4 canines/fangs, bottom canines are closer to the incisors than top caninesWolf tongues are floppy and thin, but rough to lick flesh off boneCarnivorous teeth ...

Anatomy notes 6 incisors (front teeth)4 canines/fangs, bottom canines are closer to the incisors than top caninesWolf tongues are floppy and thin, but rough to lick flesh off boneCarnivorous teeth ...

Want to change the appearance of one or more teeth? Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that cover the front side of your teeth that can drastically improve the appearance of stained or misshaped teeth. They’re as thin as a contact lens, no thicker than your thumbnail, but don’t let their dainty size fool you – they make a huge difference.

Want to change the appearance of one or more teeth? Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that cover the front side of your teeth that can drastically improve the appearance of stained or misshaped teeth. They’re as thin as a contact lens, no thicker than your thumbnail, but don’t let their dainty size fool you – they make a huge difference.

In the American Civil War, soldiers were required to have at least four opposing front teeth, so that they could open a gunpowder pouch. Some draftees had their front teeth removed to avoid service.:

In the American Civil War, soldiers were required to have at least four opposing front teeth, so that they could open a gunpowder pouch. Some draftees had their front teeth removed to avoid service.:

All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth,so appropriate with Abby's two front teeth gone!

All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth,so appropriate with Abby's two front teeth gone!

Ron, Harry and Hermione from the Harry Potter series by jollyjoules Drawing HP characters feels like drawing friends ♥ Source:jollyjoules #harry potter

Ron, Harry and Hermione from the Harry Potter series by jollyjoules Drawing HP characters feels like drawing friends ♥ Source:jollyjoules #harry potter

If only I could have a smile like any of these people. I have had braces twice, but the problem is, my front teeth are just too big to make anything look good. I have been thinking about just getting them pulled, and then some dental implants put it. But, I will probably get all my other teeth in good shape first. They are a little yellow, and could use some whitening.

If only I could have a smile like any of these people. I have had braces twice, but the problem is, my front teeth are just too big to make anything look good. I have been thinking about just getting them pulled, and then some dental implants put it. But, I will probably get all my other teeth in good shape first. They are a little yellow, and could use some whitening.

Dentaltown - Each tooth has a job to do! Front teeth, called incisors have sharp edges to cut your food. Side teeth, called cuspids are pointed to tear your food into small pieces. Back teeth, called molars are broad and flat. They crush and grind your food so that it can be swallowed and digested properly.

Dentaltown - Each tooth has a job to do! Front teeth, called incisors have sharp edges to cut your food. Side teeth, called cuspids are pointed to tear your food into small pieces. Back teeth, called molars are broad and flat. They crush and grind your food so that it can be swallowed and digested properly.

The remains of Vikings found in a mass grave in Dorset show that young warriors filed patterns into their teeth. The front teeth have horizontal lines that were so neatly filed, archaeologists believe it must have been done by a skilled craftsman rather than by their owners, and the process undoubtedly would have been excruciating. The purpose behind filed teeth remains unclear, but it may have been to frighten opponents in battle or to show their status as a great fighter.

The remains of Vikings found in a mass grave in Dorset show that young warriors filed patterns into their teeth. The front teeth have horizontal lines that were so neatly filed, archaeologists believe it must have been done by a skilled craftsman rather than by their owners, and the process undoubtedly would have been excruciating. The purpose behind filed teeth remains unclear, but it may have been to frighten opponents in battle or to show their status as a great fighter.