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#4: Similarities & Differences in Paul's Teeth

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#4: Similarities & Differences in Paul's Teeth

Postby Silversong » Sat Nov 01, 2014 2:45 am

Here's a look at Paul's teeth, but first it's important to note that he always shows the same basic pattern, having a recessed upper right eye tooth, and a protruding upper right incisor.

EXAMPLE:
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However, even while always maintaining this pattern, sometimes he shows upper left molars that arch outwards, and other times that point inwards.

Ed Sullivan 1964 and 1965.
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During the song segment of The Night Before, his teeth are angled inwards for the first half of the number, then they are arched outwards for the second half.
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This carries over after Beatlemania to the present day.

Angling inward:
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Arching outward:
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No telling whether this is a denture, partial or even crowns, but there was no telling in the earlier years, either, with the Paul/s who had the nicely-rounded teeth.
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