Missing teeth girl dating

13-Jan-2020 19:41

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

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.Very handsome, gorgeous blue eyes, ass to kill for, but two 90% eaten-away-by-decay front teeth. Anyway, I wanted him so badly, but no way I could get past those teeth. One part Woodstock, one part Deliverance, one part porn star. And, of course, there's a domino effect--go too long with some kind of replacement and other teeth in the mouth shift, and gums often get in bad shape. An acquaintance of mine had to get full dentures in his 20s because he had taken Dilantin for epilepsy since he was a child (it leaches calcium from your teeth and bones).Well if the false (fake) teeth are obvious then it's digusting.Or if the guy has one missing tooth or a couple of 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.

Very handsome, gorgeous blue eyes, ass to kill for, but two 90% eaten-away-by-decay front teeth. Anyway, I wanted him so badly, but no way I could get past those teeth. One part Woodstock, one part Deliverance, one part porn star. And, of course, there's a domino effect--go too long with some kind of replacement and other teeth in the mouth shift, and gums often get in bad shape. An acquaintance of mine had to get full dentures in his 20s because he had taken Dilantin for epilepsy since he was a child (it leaches calcium from your teeth and bones).

Well if the false (fake) teeth are obvious then it's digusting.

Or if the guy has one missing tooth or a couple of them...

Dating website Plenty of Fish has a thread dedicated to just teeth, with commenters writing to say they wish they’d known their date was missing teeth before the date, or and that they are confused as to why someone wouldn’t fix the problem before going on a dating spree.

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.

ewwwwww That's what will gross me out completely on a date.

,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.Very handsome, gorgeous blue eyes, ass to kill for, but two 90% eaten-away-by-decay front teeth. Anyway, I wanted him so badly, but no way I could get past those teeth. One part Woodstock, one part Deliverance, one part porn star. And, of course, there's a domino effect--go too long with some kind of replacement and other teeth in the mouth shift, and gums often get in bad shape. An acquaintance of mine had to get full dentures in his 20s because he had taken Dilantin for epilepsy since he was a child (it leaches calcium from your teeth and bones).Well if the false (fake) teeth are obvious then it's digusting.Or if the guy has one missing tooth or a couple of them...

I don't require perfect teeth, but he can't have super yellow teeth, any missing front teeth, or crazily jacked up/crooked.

Dentures are just gross, and there are alternatives such as a crown or a bridge which are permanently fixed in the mouth.

While I'm happy to date someone with imperfect teeth, I wouldn't want to date someone whose teeth are a mess when there's treatment available to fix them and they just haven't bothered.

In my youth I had an accident which damaged three of my teeth.

Two are at the back and can't really be seen, and I had the front one repaired with a cap.

I don't require perfect teeth, but he can't have super yellow teeth, any missing front teeth, or crazily jacked up/crooked. Dentures are just gross, and there are alternatives such as a crown or a bridge which are permanently fixed in the mouth.While I'm happy to date someone with imperfect teeth, I wouldn't want to date someone whose teeth are a mess when there's treatment available to fix them and they just haven't bothered.In my youth I had an accident which damaged three of my teeth.Two are at the back and can't really be seen, and I had the front one repaired with a cap.I just don't see how can someone have even 1 missing tooth.