When asked what the biggest turn-off in a potential romantic partner is, bad breath topped the list at 31.3%, followed closely by yellow, crooked or missing teeth at 25%.Unattractive teeth are considered an even bigger turnoff than body odor (12.5%), lack of personality (18%), and unkempt appearance (12.5%).
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According to this survey, things like the amount of money or education a person has is of little significance to a potential partner. You might think that “nice smile” is enough to make a good first impression, but if the smile is littered with broken-down, stained, and crooked teeth, you’ll make the wrong kind of first impression.
Teeth have a greater impact than grammar, hair, nails, tattoos (or lack thereof), shoes, or the car they drive. The reality is that looks do matter, and while it’s natural to hope that your personality and intellect will trump all, if you want to make it to the second date, you have to look your best for the first one.
That’s about 1/6 of my income over a two-year period.
I’m one of the 40% of Americans without dental coverage.
Everyone wants to find a mate who will make them happy.
Unfortunately, quite often, people fail to connect, because they have trouble seeing past aesthetic flaws which make one or the other less attractive to the eye.To draw the attention of potential romantic partners, men and women often try to improve their wardrobes, physiques, hairstyles and more.With that being said, a recent survey suggests that single people might be better served seeking cosmetic dental procedures instead.The “Biggest Turn-off” dating survey revealed attributes that people find most appealing and least appealing in a romantic partner.When asked what they noticed first about potential partners, 62% of respondents said a person’s smile. It took me a short while to figure out that my mouth gives a fair amount of detail about my background – and not through the words that come out of it, but through the crowded tenants rooted within it.