Prime ministerial smile

Back in the last century Prime Minister and wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill apparently always carried two spare sets of dentures around – just in case.
It’s reported he had the dentures made to preserve a natural lisp.
One of the sets of partial dentures made for him has just sold at auction for more than £15,000 – such is their “historical significance”.
According to the BBC news website, the auctioneers said the wartime premier suffered from terrible teeth and gums and needed complicated dentistry from childhood.
Churchill valued so highly the skill of his dentist, Wilfred Fish, who worked with the dental technician who crafted his dentures, that he nominated him for a knighthood.
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