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Piano Dentures

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Piano Dentures are dentures for the elderly or toothless. They aren't meant to replace a normal set of teeth; rather, they are for use on special occasions only, or to entertain the kids.

What they are is just what they sound like: dentures that can be played like a piano. The upper teeth are blacked out in a pattern, so that when the wearer smiles, it looks like there's a piano keyboard in their mouth. When you slide a small switch with your tongue, the dentures activate. There is a small speaker in the back of the set of teeth, so that when you press a tooth with your tongue, a note reverberates down your throat and comes out of your nose. Optionally, each tooth can light up when you press it. With practice, any toothless elder can stop scaring the kiddies whenever they take out their teeth, and instead entertain them.

DrWorm, Mar 18 2010

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       I did something like this with musical teeth, and people gave me links to some toy you can stick in your mouth.
dentworth, Mar 18 2010
  

       //With practice, any toothless elder can stop scaring the kiddies whenever they take out their teeth, and instead entertain them.//
No, I'm pretty sure this will still scare them.
swimswim, Mar 18 2010
  

       Reminds me of a Bugs Bunny cartoon.   

       I'd definitely buy a set.
RayfordSteele, Mar 18 2010
  

       Probably beats learning to play the Mouth Organ.
jurist, Mar 18 2010
  
      
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