Abraham Lincoln (16th President, served 1861-1865):
President Lincoln suffered several dental problems, including chronic toothaches, gum disease, and decay. Despite his discomfort, Lincoln refused to take opium for pain relief, as he did not want to be impaired while leading the country during the Civil War.
Teddy Roosevelt (26th President, served 1901-1909):
He suffered from chronic toothaches and had to have numerous teeth extracted.
Lyndon B. Johnson (36th President, served 1963-1969):
Lyndon B. Johnson had a history of dental problems, including missing teeth, gum disease, and tooth decay. He reportedly had several bridges and partial dentures to replace his missing teeth.
Ronald Reagan (40th President, served 1981-1989):
Ronald Reagan was known for his bright smile due to his dedication to oral hygiene. He reportedly brushed his teeth twice a day and flossed regularly.
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