George Washington had one remaining tooth at the time of his inauguration.
Despite popular myth, however, he didn’t have wooden teeth.
His four sets of dentures, one crafted by Paul Revere, were made of hippopotamus bone, elephant ivory, and teeth from cows and dead people, held together with gold palates and springs.
None of them worked well.
In person, you can see his last tooth and dentures at the National Museum of Dentistry on the campus of the University of Maryland in Baltimore.
Or you can see them online.