Would you date someone who had bad teeth?
Like, really bad teeth.
So for example, lets go to the mirror right now. Look at your teeth. Ignore your hair, the shape of your face, your skin complexion... ignore all that. How good are your teeth?
Do you take care of them?
How often do you go to the dentist?
When you meet people, they are most likely going to be looking at several things:
- Your eyes.
- Your nose.
- Your teeth.
- Your chest.
- Various other body parts.
They are not necessarily going to notice your purse, your shoes, your bracelets you bought on vacation in Greece, your necklace, your earrings, or even your makeup (because the best makeup is either none at all, or so little makeup they cannot tell you are wearing makeup). In fact, according to men, they are much more likely to notice your breast size then to notice your eye colour.
But they will definitely notice your teeth if you have really bad teeth.
- Crooked teeth.
- Yellow teeth.
- Bad gums that look like they are infected.
Seriously, I know it is bad to be superficial about these things, but this is the way life is. We are just being realistic by accepting the way things are.
So this matters when you are:
Dating - Would you kiss someone with crooked yellow teeth?
At a Job Interview - Would you hire someone who looks like they are too lazy to take care of their teeth?
Hanging out with friends - What if that one friend you've had a crush on for years suddenly becomes single and you have an opportunity to kiss them, but they don't want to get near your disgusting teeth?
And I am sure there are other instances. Like meeting your boyfriend's parents for the first time, so their first impression of you is that you are a disgusting slob who doesn't brush or visit the dentist.
You could have a beautiful body and great fashion sense, but if your teeth are ugly that is going cause problems for you socially.
With respect to eyes, people sometimes wear glasses or contacts. That is basically a necessity just to be able to see.
Your nose probably cannot be changed except with nose exercises or rhinoplasty.
Push up bras might help you in the cleavage department.
But your teeth, for that you really need a good dentist.
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Yes, you should definitely go get cleanings and have your teeth fixed, but Cosmetic Dentistry offers a range of options to make your smile even better looking, even if you don't have crooked yellow teeth.
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