buck teeth


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buck teeth

Undue protrusion of the central upper teeth. This can readily be put right by orthodontic treatment.
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It has magic, it has mystery, it has beauty and his buck teeth are similar to the rest of his family's.
One of the criminals is described as being 5ft 10ins tall, black, wearing dark baggy clothing with buck teeth.
But only seven years ago, Ronaldinho emerged ( hair close-cropped and buck teeth giving him the appearance of Real Madrid striker Ronaldo ( in the colours of local team Gremio.
But it was more his emotional imbalance rather than walking with a limp or having buck teeth.
Meanwhile, similar parental warnings about prolonged thumb-sucking leading to buck teeth are also proving rootless.
Petruk is one of the four wiseguys in ''wayang'' stories, who is tall, thin and has a long nose with buck teeth and a cowlick.
The music legend told Gold magazine that he found it difficult that "there was nowhere in the world" he could enjoy privacy because people knew his best disguises, which consisted of "bat suits, buck teeth, glasses, afros, prosthetics and make-up jobs.
She is short and clumsy, has buck teeth, and has a voice that sounds like a bullfrog being squeezed by a boa constrictor.
Magnets also offer alternative and more comfortable ways to fix teeth, especially buck teeth, or front teeth that project forward.
For a youngster with severe buck teeth who played saxophone, for example, Gobetti advised a shift to trumpet.
The 21-year-old appeared in twisted, ugly buck teeth and short-bobbed hair for one of her performances.
A GIRL nicknamed SpongeBob SquarePants by bullies because of her buck teeth has reached the final of Miss Teen Great Britain.