Toothless young woman dating
I would probably not date a man with no teeth, but I definitely would not date a man with such a pathetic, whiny profile as yours. I know...it's probably very shallow, but it's the truth for me.i was putting together something back east as one of my projects when i was a consultant and in the course of my investigations, was told of one dentist who just poured a line of seemless teeth into some mold for a child and caused all sorts of problems in the mouth's development.it can be a horror for those who cannot afford to pay out of pocket. if you have medicaid, or in this state Medi-Cal, the coverage is often horrific and the quality of care a nightmare. theres someone for everybody etc etc.everyone has personal prefrences blah blah blahdon't lump everyone blah now I sound like a jerk.- Kole . I wouldn't date someone without teeth if there were no chance there would never be teeth again..it were something you were pursuing then it'd be a yes.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Did you think it was what you use to get them to feel sorry for the poor woman who gets sucked into taking care of you until you die? I can understand the problem with the teeth, and YES there are people that are allergic to dentures or has hangups about them that prevent them from wearing them. If they are not willing to give you the time of day after finding out that you are toothless than your better of, cause they will never see the true you...Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. My question is what are the logistics of you not wearing them? Only superficial, VAIN people make SNAP judgments..... I think there is someone out there who will not mind. Do you not realize, OP, that your profile is what you use to attract women here? People need to get to know the person not the appearance.. Although I am sure there are some women out there who wouldn't mind your situation, but I am not one of them, but I am not of that age category. Is it something permanent or a residual effect of the infection and loss that will compensate and correct? Plus you could be their eyes and they could be your teeth..ha. I may be a bit ignorant about dentures, but why can't you wear them?