Very luckily, the teeth needing work have all been in the back area, where they're not so visible - but important functionally. The carbamide peroxide used in bleaching solutions is a very strong oxidation agent. The carbamide peroxide used in bleaching solutions is a very strong oxidation agent. But having rotten teeth / bad breath is a dealbreaker.But they're still basically the originals, mostly, because I just got lucky in the genetic lottery, and won thick, strong enamel, pre-fluoridation era. And if you don't get that, or even if you do, care of dental health is terribly important, not just in datability, but more so for your overall health as well, as noted previously on the topic. If overused, the carbamide peroxide can oxidize and destroy the collagen fibers that holds enamel together (yes, tooth enamel is actually infused with a protein fiber latticework), and cause the enamel to crumble. If overused, the carbamide peroxide can oxidize and destroy the collagen fibers that holds enamel together (yes, tooth enamel is actually infused with a protein fiber latticework), and cause the enamel to crumble. One of the first things I notice is a persons smile.He took some kind of medication when he was younger and it messed up his teeth, made them all discolored.Last week he had all of his teeth pulled and will be getting dentures soon.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.
It's hard to break into an unselfconscious smile when you're worried people will stare at your teeth.To a dentist like me, crooked, uneven teeth by itself does not really qualify as "bad teeth." A person might have really crooked teeth but has no cavities or gum disease (or other oral pathologies) does not require treatment-- orthodontic / orthognathic procedures to straighten teeth is elective, after all.We define "bad teeth" as teeth that have been compromised by trauma, tooth decay, gum disease or are otherwise involved in active pathology.one of those is smaller - and I am often complimented on my teeth. I've had two root canals, one crowned, one still awaiting that. She reassured me, when I looked at her questioningly (I couldn't talk at the time), "Yours is one of the good ones."I wondered what else she'd seen that day.I think that is because they look healthy and strong. Those old amalgam fillings can cause problems in and of themselves. It would probably depend on exactly how bad his teeth were. A missing tooth, a crooked tooth etc is not a big deal.My kids had far less cavities than I did growing up.I don't want to date someone with a mouth full of decayed teeth, not so fussy about someone who puts their teeth in a glass at night either.Many people do NOT brush their tongue either, if you look in the mirror and see a white coating on the tongue, it can lead to halitosis (bad breath) and other complications. As for crooked teeth, gaps between the teeth, I echo all the dentist's corresponding input...My husband had teeth that could be classified as looking bad.He's a very nice guy, would be cute except for his teeth. I wouldn't because It seems these persons have a lack of pride.I don't know this person's situation(maybe his peeps couldn't afford toothpaste). Some people are afraid of dentists, but they are a neccesary evil if a person wants to maintain a healthy smile.