So let's wander into the question of oral hygiene, shall we?
(And I promise not to go into anything even vaguely touching upon tooth-ache and tooth-drawers and suchlike horrors because some of you are sitting down with a nice croissant and café au lait and you do not deserve to be harrowed to your marrow.)
What did Regency folk use as toothbrushes?
Well ... They used toothbrushes.
Taking into account the sad fact that our Regency folk didn't have plastic and were therefore unable to make their dental implements in
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