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AMonroy
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why did George Washington have false teeth?

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DarleneCepeda

"George Washington suffered from poor dental health throughout his adulthood; beginning in his twenties he experienced regular toothaches, decay, and tooth loss. These problems were likely due to factors common during Washington's era, including a poorly balanced diet and disease, as well as genetics. As a result, he spent his life in frequent pain and employed a variety of tooth cleaners, dental medicines, and dentures."

Sam1999

because his teeth were ugly!!! JK he began losing his teeth in his early twenties and was forced to wear painful and unstylish dentchers.

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