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I wrote this book with the hope that you will take to heart all I have to say here about your smile and your teeth. I've been aware of how important my teeth and my smile are ever since my two front teeth were broken off when I was 9 or 10 years old.

The result of that accident was that I've had to wear false teeth (a denture) ever since that happened. Wearing a denture forced me to focused my attention on my teeth, and my smile in a way that made me take very good care of my remaining natural teeth ever since that happened.

I've discovered most people do not want to talk about teeth or visits to the dentist. But, here in this book, I talk about teeth so you will think about taking good care of your teeth...now! I hope reading what I have to say here about teeth, dentists and dentures will make you realize how very precious and valuable a healthy set of natural teeth can be.

In other words, the money you spend to keep your natural teeth as healthy as possible is money well spent. If you ever have to buy dentures so you can eat comfortably three times a day, you will discover just how very expensive and life changing dentures really are: eating and chewing food becomes a problem; smiling is different; learning how to talk with a mouth full of dentures is a problem; even sneezing and coughing and kissing present unimagined problems for all denture wearers. In short, this book will help you be aware of those problems in advance.

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