Fun Fact: Queen Elizabeth Rotten Teeth

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Sugar wasn’t a common thing in the early Tudor days, but by the time of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, it was gaining popularity after being imported from across the world. She apparently liked it so much, that pretty much most, if not all of her teeth grew black and rotten by the end of her lifetime.

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  1. That was a common problem among the aristocracy in Tudor times. Thanks, sugar! It’s also when rudimentary dentistry began but of course, there was no anesthetic then . . . .


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