Braces and dating
I did do bleaching treatments at the dentist a few years back, with minimal results.My bottom teeth are also fairly out of wack, but I feel that I am passed the point of getting braces, and insurance most likely would not cover it.Having really crooked teeth (if that's your situation, anyway) is something that you should correct just because you deserve to go through life with a nice smile.Being more attractive to women is just a fringe benefit.I'm married and shallow, though, so you don't have to worry about impressing me.
My (now ex) boyfriend did not have such lovely teeth.I've never once thought "now there's a dreamy guy, too bad about the teeth though, cross him off the potential list" if that's what your thinking.I do notice guys' teeth, but they aren't a deal breaker.One was chipped from when he fell out of the back of a pickup truck, and they weren't straight at all. Jeep's Phoenix took a whole sentence right out of my mouth (and how'd you do that anyway? I dated a guy that I really liked for quite a while before I noticed that one of his front teeth was dead, and that was only because one of his friends made fun of it. Cowboy doesn't have the straightest teeth in the world, but it gives his smile character, and I like it. Teeth are important because it's nice to not have to pay for braces for your offspring. C's teeth are very straight, but he does have quite an underbite.However, they were clean, which was the most important thing. After a day of knowing him, though, I didn't notice it anymore.