NOW she’s not ashamed of her FALSE TEETH SMILE (Sep, 1941)

NOW she’s not ashamed of her FALSE TEETH SMILE

THANKS TO POLIDENT Beauty Bath
Cleans plates like new —no brushing!

ARE you letting dingy false teeth destroy your smile… perhaps your whole charm ? Does the very thought of unattractive plates make you self-conscious when you should be well-poised?

The thing to do is—get Polident—a powder that magically dissolves away all tarnish, stain and food-deposits from plates and removable bridges—without brushing, acid or danger!
What a difference in the way your plate looks and feels! Polident actually purifies your plate—leaves it odorless, clean—attractive —as natural looking as the day you got it. Gums look more “alive” too!

Grateful users praise it Leading dentists everywhere recommend Polident. Tens of thousands of grateful users call it a blessing. Long-lasting can only 30c! at any drug store. And your money bock if you are not delighted.

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West 19th St., New York, N. Y.

False Teeth can’t be cleaned with make-shift, inefficient methods!

A tough, dingy, almost invisible film forms on plates and bridges. It absorbs impurities like a sponge! Mouth washes, ordinary pastes or powders are not designed to clean
false teeth! Household cleansers can ruin them. No brush can reach the danger-spots. Yet Polident cleans and purifies plates—like new—with safety!

Cleans, Purifies WITHOUT BRUSHING!

Do this daily: Add a little Polident powder to half a glaass of water. Stir. Put in plate, bridge 10 to 15 minutes. Rinse—and it’s ready to use.

2 comments
  1. Stannous says: June 3, 200710:15 pm

    Pretty young for dentures… must be a Brit.

  2. Blurgle says: June 4, 20078:35 am

    Before there were dentists in every small town, it wasn’t uncommon for people in America to have all their teeth pulled out and replaced with dentures at a very early age.

    Hence the jokes among Britons about the Americans with “huge sets of gleaming white teeth”. They weren’t referring to Americans’ supposed overconcern with dental care: they were referring to their penchant for having their teeth yanked out.

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