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Center-Fang

Extra tooth stops spinach
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Whether you’re eating quiche, salad or stromboli, you WILL get a piece of spinach stuck between your teeth. But not if you’re wearing the Center-Fang!

The Center-Fang clips securely over the gap between your front teeth, where it protects the inter-dental region from stray foliage. The Center-Fang is the ONLY dental appliance that will prevent you from looking stupid at lunch.

AO, Sep 23 2003

Center-Fang Illustration http://www.geocitie...sign/CenterFang.htm
[AO, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Monotooth http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/Monotooth
[hippo]'s suggestion halfbaked here, by [zer0wing] [krelnik, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


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       If you're really opposed to getting stuff stuck between your teeth, why not just have all the teeth on your top or bottom jaw replaced by one huge, curved tooth?
hippo, Sep 23 2003
  

       Also great for stabbing pickled onions and opening those juice pouches when you've lost the straw.
squeak, Sep 23 2003
  

       Goodness, Charlie Brown sure has changed.
waugsqueke, Sep 23 2003
  

       Doesn't this create two "between the teeth" areas, where there was only one before?
Worldgineer, Sep 23 2003
  

       my grandmother had one tooth. I called it central eating
po, Sep 23 2003
  

       According to the illustration, it doesn't, however, stop you from puncturing your lower lip with every bite.
Cedar Park, Sep 23 2003
  


 

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