If they were on Meth then i would avoid them, but something like poverty, illness or Tetracycline stains would be a different matter, people fall on hard times and dentists prices are way to high for some people, i have know a few young people with missing teeth and one girl lost all of her teeth at 22 not her fault a medical condition caused it to happen.
i'm old........a pulse & a job is considered a "catch" ;-D
it would be a factor. recently i went out a couple of times with a girl whose teeth were very crooked and very badly stained. i didn't go out with her again and that wasn't the main reason, but it did turn me off. if she doesn't care about dental hygiene, what else does she neglect?
a 23 year old woman cannot plausibly deny knowledge of the basic facts of dental health. the crookedness is obviously not her fault or her doing.
well i have a slightly discolor tooth from falling and breaking it , but its very easy to hide.she was just to lazy to hide it.
it was not an "it," it was "them."
I'm sorry but the mere scenario of a casual greeting then an exchange of smiles resulting in the other to scream or wretch/twitch then taking heels away...too funny yet very sad for the... traumatized victim :/
Yes I did when I was younger. This young woman was very attractive except she was missing about 4 random teeth. I was very turned off. I couldn't get over her teeth.
Crooked, I don't care. If someone was missing teeth, I would cringe a bit but I would get over it.
But..if someone did not brush their teeth or they where rotten, I would not date them at all. I remember seeing a girl the other day with calculus/tartar build up on her teeth and I was grossed out.