Liverpool - The man who's reshaped the gnashers of hundreds of Z-listers - including anorexic trainwreck Kate Middleton - is set to make history at Aintree on Saturday.
Sam Waley-Cohen rides 12-1 shot Oscar Time in the Grand National, the first amateur in 50 years to win both the King George and Cheltenham Gold Cup ahead of steeplechasing's coronation bid.
"He's a bit facially handicapped, like," Whorse & Hound editor Bunty Ruffcock commented, "a bit of a dead ringer for Masterchef's John Torode.
"Still, that thin veneer of respectability - er dental veneer implants procedure! - he did on Carole Middleton's own gob certainly worked.
"You'd never know she's still a whorse, eh?"
Waley-Cohen's fledgeling dental empire began in 2001 when Sir Alex Ferguson approached him about straightening out Rock of Gibraltar's lopsided smile.
The colt subsequently won seven consecutive Group One races - all thanks to the winning chompers installed by Waley-Cohen.
The same dental reconstruction formula may have helped Kate Middleton bag her man - even though it meant William losing 80% of his hair in fright at the prospect of the new mother-in-law.
The big race kicks off at 4.15 on Saturday.