Yeah, I don't think I did that on the original skull. This time it just seemed like the thing to do. I had started to think about it then while showing to my wife, she said the the same thing. Ergo, more teeth. The original didn't have a gold tooth either. Part of the concept too is to not do any polishing but let it be as carved and painted. I guess I could have thrown some dirt on it to make it look like it was just dug up. Maybe if I do another one I'll put an eye patch on it. Hmmm! To bad my customer wants it for a Christmas present. It would be a natural for Halloween.