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Pokemon Let’s Go Gold Teeth – Where to Find and How to Use

As part of the wave of changes in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee when compared to the original games, the Pokemon Let’s Go Gold Teeth are used differently than they were before. In this guide, we’ll tell you exactly what the Gold Teeth are, where you’ll find the Gold Teeth Location, and what you need to do with them.

Pokemon Let’s Go Gold Teeth – Location

Pokemon Let's Go Gold Teeth

The Gold Teeth in Pokemon Let’s Go is a returning item from the original game. The item literally is a pair of gold teeth. While we feel sorry for the poor sap who lost their pair of golden gnashers, we are thankful that they lost them, as they do come in handy.

The method to find the Gold Teeth is quite simple. When you have found Fuchsia City, head to the south and you’ll find a beach. Once there, you will come across Team Rocket legends Jessie and James (although Meowth’s absence is disturbing). They’ll be rummaging around in the sand, but when they spot you, they’ll thrust a pair of Gold Teeth on you.

Pokemon Let’s Go Gold Teeth – How to Use

Once you have the pair of Gold Teeth in your possession, they will come in handy. To make the most out of the pair of Gold Teeth, you’ll need to return to Fuchsia City. Unlike in the original Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow games, however, you won’t be giving these shiny chompers to the warden of the Safari Zone.

Instead, you’ll be giving the Gold Teeth to the warden of the Pokemon Go Park. Located in the northeast of Fuchsia City, you’ll find the warden’s house inside the Park. Head inside and hand over the Gold Teeth and you’ll be awarded the Secret Move: Strong Push. You can learn more about all the Secret Moves in our guide.

You will be able to use Strong Push straight away, too. You can use it to push a heavy object aside inside of the warden’s house to find a Nugget. If that’s not enough, you’ll also receive the Safari Clothes outfit for your character and Pokemon. This pair of teeth is worth its weight in gold.