- Luke Boulton
- 2.6 centimetre(s)
- Canada (Peterborough)
The longest milk tooth extracted measured 2.6 cm (1.02 in), and belonged to Luke Boulton (Canada), as verified in Peterborough, Canada, on 17 September 2019.
Luke's tooth was the #61.
Luke was 8 years old when the tooth was extracted.
Luke enjoys playing with his dog, riding his bike, watching TV, constructing LEGO®, videogames and spending as much time as possible with his friends. His favourite videogame is Minecraft.
In summer he enjoyed camping and spending time at his family's cottage, where he gets to go tubing behind his uncle's boat and he can also go cliff jumping off the local rock-face.
He has kept his tooth in a safe keep to ensure his record could be verified. Right after the verification, he will put it under his pillow for the Tooth Fairy, or he will keep it to be displayed for everyone to see.
Luke feels honoured to be in a book with so many other people from all around the world who have also set world records. He thinks it's great to have all the world records documented in a single place for everyone to look at. He is hopeful one day he will be able to open the GWR book and show his family and his friend his name and picture.