Bear with me here; this is going to get original & interesting. (Please feel free to do a quick google search.) I've been through all kinds of orthodontic work, and now my teeth are all pretty and nice and stuff. The treatment plan my parents, orthodontist, and I have chosen is for me to eventually get dental implants (which should actually be happening within the next few years). By looking at me, one would *never* be able to tell I had fake teeth or even that I was wearing a retainer.
I just have one big insecurity: Congenitally missing upper lateral incisors.
I hate to smile in pictures and usually end up looking mad in them lol. I hate to smile in pictures and usually end up looking mad in them lol. Most of the girls understood why I did it, but the boys thought I was an idiot.
don't worry about stupid comments just take them for what they are.... Usually I kinda put my hand over my mouth when I'm talking to a guy I like. I keep them brushed, they are white...are just very crooked. You are probably overly conscious about your teeth. You might be able to arrange a payment plan for braces. I have thought about getting braces but, I'm 32 and just think that would be kinda odd lol. They now have invisiline which are for adults and clear, you can hardly see tthe braces at all.
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Cleanliness is a more important issue, I wouldn't want a girl who had funky breath all the time or didn't brush her teeth, but having crooked teeth isn't a big deal at all.The whole missing/fake teeth thing is kind of a sensitive issue for me. In the past I've gotten with other guys, but most of them were flings that I didn't expect to go anywhere, and I wasn't really worried what they'd think. I'm not comfortable with taking my retainer out during kissing (as many other normal retainer-wearers would).I don't really know why; it really shouldn't be, but it is. Don't ever take your retainer out ever." Some are grossed out by the fact that I have to wear a retainer at all, and some people simply don't care. It's been suggested that I just not kiss with tongue, but, quite frankly, that's not something I'm willing to give up.On Monday, December 21, the Jackass alum, 41, posted an aerial selfie with the tattoo artist, 33, to Twitter, writing, “Best decision I made all day…I wasn’t happy with my seat on the airplane, so I climbed into @thekatvond’s.” https://twitter.com/steveo/status/679130646300770308 The prank-loving reality star recently underwent mouth surgery, causing him to lose several of his front teeth. “I know it's crazy that I became a clean and sober, hybrid-driving, animal-rescuing vegan who's super into meditating, but I'm glad I did,” Steve-O captioned an Instagram with Von D on Christmas Eve.In the past I've received mixed reactions to my missing teeth from various people who've known about it. Should I tell him I wear a retainer before he just kind of finds out? Should I say it's a permanent retainer and that doesn't come out (because *it's not coming out.*)? And -- perhaps most importantly -- how can I remain confident?Should I just not say anything and let him just find out? How am I going to be able to kiss him while internally I'm freaking out wondering what his opinions of my mouth gear are? but before we go any further, I’ve gotta tell you: I did, in fact, google “congenitally missing upper lateral incisors.” And then I googled treatments, retainers, implants, and any number of other terms related to your condition, and then I read some articles by orthodontists, and I looked at pictures of partial upper dentures. I never, ever want to see the inside of another person’s mouth again for as long as I live. Unless I’m missing something, I cannot for the life of me figure out how anyone kissing Are you dating a lizard? But the part where he very well may not even notice your orthodonture is just to put your mind at ease—because the answer to all those other questions is this: Your mouth, your body, your call. You can tell him that you wear a retainer, but not mention what it’s for. I am a little self conscious about my teeth and that prevents me from smiling. I was hoping for a little more responses, but that's ok.Bottom line: I'm glad I got my teeth fixed, because it made ME feel more confident, and that in itself is priceless.In the meantime, I have a removable retainer (the plastic, roof-of-your-mouth kind) with false teeth attached to it, which I wear all the time. Now, here comes the issue: No one can tell by *looking at me*.With kissing though -- specifically with tongue action -- *they're gonna know*. (He's really a nice guy, and he's crazy about me, and I think -- OHGODIHOPE -- he won't be put off by it.) I guess what I'm looking for here is just some general advice.