In the procedure -- which was pioneered in Italy but was a first in the United States -- the medical team extracted Thornton's canine or "eyetooth" and surrounding bone, shaved and sculpted it, and drilled a hole into it to insert an optical cylinder lens.
Later he would go to sleep with the throbbing around the hole that had once sheltered his eyetooth, but happy to be able to join the brotherhood of the toothless.
That got her to smile a smile so wide and happy that I saw her left eyetooth was slightly crooked.
The bear's eyetooth caught in his scalp and cut the top of his ear off, slicing a wide furrow around his head.
I look from the crooked part of her hair to the eyetooth that's twisted the tiniest bit â€“ the little flaws that made her more striking instead of less so.