Francis Wharton was nicknamed "The Backwoods Eccentric" who lived far from civilization in Little Fort, B.C. in the 1950s and 60s. When he found himself needing a pair of dentures he shot a deer and used its teeth to make dentures for himself.
Then turned around and ate the deer ...with its own teeth.
|Francis Wharton's dentures, made from filed-down deer's teeth and plastic wood. |
They were held in with household cement. (Museum of Health Care)
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