Dental Science Takes It In the Teeth

I know there’s obvious need for vast improvement.

But I do want to add that things really have evolved over the decades. I remember my Dad (b. 1890) telling me that it was just assumed that people around 65 or so would have a full set of false teeth or be well on their way to getting a set. And indeed he was about that age when he got his. He always hated them.

Then again, brushing your teeth was considered a health-nut activity.

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