Dentist dating can be one of the most exciting and thrilling experiences of your life. Not only are these professionals the most visited healthcare professionals in today’s society (a quality to be incredibly proud of), but they are also financially stable (ensuring a long, stress-free relationship). Their experience in dealing with patients patiently and calmly can prove vital for solving potential issues that may arise in your relationship and their sexy, perfect smile definitely stands out in the room.
Do you plan on accelerating the frequency of your meetings with a dentist to a dating scene, but don’t know if it’s a good option?
Reasons that may just make you smile wide
Calm Professional Lives
Dentists are highly preferred in the dating scene as “perfect” partners and for obvious reasons. For one, dating these professional carries great prestige, as they perform the vital task of keeping everyone happy and ensuring they have great teeth. However, they do so minus the crazy hours and annoying beeper (a common occurrence when dating a doctor).
Dentists have a calm professional life, which ensures they won’t be leaping out of bed to perform an emergency surgery on a holiday or the weekend. This quality of working family-friendly hours (unlike others in the medical field) also makes them perfect partners to marry and lead an excellent, fun-filled life ahead.
Patient and Reassuring
A dentist’s job is not easy and requires patience and tolerance to calm down patients and reassure them that everything will be okay. This quality can prove incredibly beneficial for long-term relationships, as you wouldn’t have to worry about your loved one running away from dire situations. They will patiently deal with you and constantly reassure you everything will be okay. Besides, after a long day of talking to patients with their mouths wide open, chatting and being there for someone (who can actually move their jaw) can prove a nice change of pace.
One of the most attractive things about dating a dentist is they are among the best paid professionals in the healthcare sector. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics stated in 2010 the average median annual wage of a dentist is $150,000. These numbers can increase depending on different variables like number of hours worked, location of clinic, and experience. The self-employed orthodontists establishing their private clinics can earn even more! Dentists are financially stable, which means you don’t have to worry about money problems affecting your relationship.
Dentists are generally considered to be romantic at heart. Their job can get incredibly complicated and frustrating at times, which forces them to vent it out somewhere or the other. Add that to the fresh breath and impeccable dental hygiene and you can expect a lot of sweet kisses, make out sessions, and oral love (ahem). Giving their affinity for all things ‘teeth’, you may also expect plenty of love bites!
So, if you are looking for ways to get that smile back on your face, perhaps dating a dentist may prove to be a good option for you.