Missing teeth girl dating about internet dating
A spot of discoloration here and there, maybe 1 tooth in the front that is not quite in perfect alignment... Beware, if you are missing a tooth (or multiple teeth) you’d better make an appointment with your dentist (or find one because if you don't have teeth you probably don't have a dentist, either) because having holes where your chompers should be is one of the biggest turnoffs of all time for potential romantic partners.ewwwwww That's what will gross me out completely on a date.I can't understand why don't some people take care of their teeth. It's up to you what your dealbreakers are, but you need to accept that no one is perfect, including you! I can understand rejecting a guy who has bad teeth to the point where it's a hygiene issue. Would you date a brainiac with an awesome body and a great smile, but just an "ok" face?
One woman writes: “LMAO....I went out with this guy, great guy. Anyway, on our first date I found that behind this so far ‘perfect click,’ the only flaw I had was with his mouth but I just couldn't put my finger on it.
It's impossible to notice unless I open my mouth wide and point it out.
I can't understand why someone wouldn't have their teeth repaired if they damaged them.
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Hey girl, I think you're on the wrong board.(And toothless might be useful with the lights out, but it would be quite repulsive in the light of day, no matter how attractive the individual.)There was this guy at work. My job covers me for $1,000 a year and absolutely no cosmetic coverage. Think about that, OP, when you're judging people's teeth. She has managed to get implants--I have a removable partial. Dental prosthetics are very expensive and most insurance covers a small piece of them, if at all.