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**Hockey players may be missing teeth as a result of TeethFlying during a HockeyFight.


** Often, old people have only a few teeth left, sometimes with at least one sticking out of the mouth for comic effect.

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** Often, old people people, when they are not subject to FalseTeethTomfoolery, have only a few teeth left, sometimes with at least one sticking out of the mouth for comic effect.


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**Even some of the more heroic Asian characters [[AsianBuckTeeth can have buck teeth]].

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**Often, old people have only a few teeth left, sometimes with at least one sticking out of the mouth for comic effect.


** Similarly, a gap between the two front teeth can be seen in {{Loveable Rouge}}s.

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** Similarly, a gap between the two front teeth can be seen in {{Loveable Rouge}}s.Rogue}}s.


** Similarly, a gap between the two front teeth can be seen in {{Lovable Rouge}}s.

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** Similarly, a gap between the two front teeth can be seen in {{Lovable {{Loveable Rouge}}s.


** Similarly, a gap between the two front teeth can be seen in {{Loveable Rouge}}s.

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** Similarly, a gap between the two front teeth can be seen in {{Loveable {{Lovable Rouge}}s.

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** Similarly, a gap between the two front teeth can be seen in {{Loveable Rouge}}s.


** This is occasionally subverted for realism's sake: in the Broadway version of ''Theatre/LesMiserables'', the characters have horrible teeth, which makes sense since most of them are, well, poor.

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** * This is occasionally subverted for realism's sake: in the Broadway version of ''Theatre/LesMiserables'', the characters have horrible teeth, which makes sense since most of them are, well, poor.



** Or, conversely, on cute little kids who are losing their baby teeth.

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** Or, conversely, on [[ChildishToothGap cute little kids who are losing their baby teeth.teeth]].



Toothy Tropes And Idioms:

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Toothy Tropes And and Idioms:



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* [[ToothyBird Birds]] (and other animals that don't have teeth in real life) are drawn with teeth so that their mouth looks more human-like when they talk.



* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily

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* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamilyMoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily
* TheToothHurts (teeth suffering as a subtrope of AnatomyAgony)


* Missing teeth can be seen on roguish or villainous sort of characters, like [[OliverTwist Fagin]].

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* Missing teeth can be seen on roguish or villainous sort of characters, like [[OliverTwist [[Literature/OliverTwist Fagin]].



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* GoldTooth: Usually reserved for greedy villains.


** This is occasionally subverted for realism's sake: in the Broadway version of ''[[{{Theatre/ptitlenjisnv3p}} Les Misérables]]'', the characters have horrible teeth, which makes sense since most of them are, well, poor.

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** This is occasionally subverted for realism's sake: in the Broadway version of ''[[{{Theatre/ptitlenjisnv3p}} Les Misérables]]'', ''Theatre/LesMiserables'', the characters have horrible teeth, which makes sense since most of them are, well, poor.


* FunWithFalseTeeth


* YellowPeril: Villainese Japanese have crooked teeth.

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* YellowPeril: Villainese Japanese Villainous Asians have crooked teeth.


Most of the time, you get Hollywood Teeth- everybody has [[EternallyPearlyWhiteTeeth lovely straight pearly whites]], even where this is unlikely (more on the lack of orthodontics front than access to sweets). Ironically enough, this is TruthInTelevision, as everyone in the world except [[KGarrett this troper]] has perfect teeth.
** Granted, this is occasionally subverted for realism's sake: in the Broadway version of ''[[{{Theatre/ptitlenjisnv3p}} Les Misérables]]'', the characters have horrible teeth, which makes sense since most of them are, well, poor.

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Most of the time, you get Hollywood Teeth- everybody has [[EternallyPearlyWhiteTeeth lovely straight pearly whites]], even where this is unlikely (more on the lack of orthodontics front than access to sweets). Ironically enough, this is TruthInTelevision, as everyone in the world except [[KGarrett this troper]] has perfect teeth.
sweets).
** Granted, this This is occasionally subverted for realism's sake: in the Broadway version of ''[[{{Theatre/ptitlenjisnv3p}} Les Misérables]]'', the characters have horrible teeth, which makes sense since most of them are, well, poor.

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