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Maz

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Clients with bad teeth
« on: 21 October 2021, 11:49:09 am »
Does anyone else feel uncomfortable or put off kissing clients with bad/missing teeth?

I've only ever seen a couple but really don't like it and they tend to have slightly unpleasant breath.

Just had a guy a bit ago with horrible teeth and not sure I'd want to see him again, amongst other reasons.
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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #1 on: 21 October 2021, 11:59:29 am »
As long as breath is OK and they aren't biters I am fine, have encountered bad breath from full mouth of teeth. Also bumped into what I call biter teeth kissing as well as nipple and RO givers.

Broken teeth not an actual issue if breath and technique fine.

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #2 on: 21 October 2021, 12:30:33 pm »
It’s gross , if I’ve had any like that I say I don’t do kissing or just give em budgie kisses lol no full on , another reason I dislike doing old guys too .

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #3 on: 21 October 2021, 03:57:53 pm »
I've had clients with bad teeth and missing teeth, as long as the breath is fresh I dont mind

saltysweet

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #4 on: 21 October 2021, 04:30:11 pm »
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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #5 on: 21 October 2021, 05:08:01 pm »
Yuk! This is my worse nightmare

KBP

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #6 on: 21 October 2021, 06:37:51 pm »
As long as their teeth are not rotten and their breath is fresh, I don't mind.
I did have a client a few years ago and all his teeth were black - it was horrific! Thankfully he didn't instigate kissing or I think I'd have chundered on his face  :-X

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #7 on: 22 October 2021, 07:25:48 am »
I make it clear on my profile kissing is at discretion.

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #8 on: 22 October 2021, 11:32:07 am »
I have a lovely client that I now see weekly, our first ever booking he had showered and used mouthwash, we passionately kissed and it wasn’t until the mouthwash started to wear off that I notice a bad smell, although on the surface his teeth were nice it was obvious by the smell/taste he had a bad tooth somewhere in there, now every week it’s the same, starts off minty but then the smell/taste starts. I feel like I can’t say no to kissing as the first meet and the bookings after I’ve kissed lots but I do dread it. He’s also such a lovely lovely man I feel like I can’t bring it up as it’ll embarrass him and he might not book me again

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #9 on: 22 October 2021, 06:33:04 pm »
Bad breath, big long moustaches & beards are the worse I couldnt stand kissing hairy mouths!
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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #10 on: 22 October 2021, 06:49:07 pm »
Northwestraven,

He knows full well there's a bad smell (although it might not necessarily be caused by his teeth, for some, it can be an issue with their stomach), but that's by the by, he knows a smell emanates from his mouth and mouthwash does not mask it. Personally, for me, this would be enough to decline to see someone, no matter how lovely they are. And really, if he was lovely, he wouldn't be kissing anyone given the bad smell.

I don't think mentioning it would be embarrassing him at all. He's an adult, one who is paying for sex, and a man who knows kissing him is not pleasant. He would get a better service if he dealt with the issue (and this would be the best way to raise the topic with him).

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #11 on: 22 October 2021, 07:53:08 pm »
It depends what you mean by bad. Uneven teeth don't bother me at all, in fact I find it cute. When I used to offer kissing it was at discretion. Cleanliness and freedom from bad smells were the main things. I don't offer kissing anymore but that's mainly down to the fact that I sometimes get cold sores.

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #12 on: 23 October 2021, 12:44:39 am »
Dental care can be inaccessible and expensive so I don’t judge but I draw the line at unclean teeth: like persistent bad breath, bits of food or obvious rot, lol. I’ll never understand the aversion some men have about gargling mouthwash or chewing gum before we get down to it.

Interestingly, most of the bitey kissers I’ve had have had straight teeth, and I’ve done successful duos with a provider who had an overbite. No problems there. I reckon it’s more to do with technique than anything.

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #13 on: 23 October 2021, 12:46:45 am »
I have a lovely client that I now see weekly, our first ever booking he had showered and used mouthwash, we passionately kissed and it wasn’t until the mouthwash started to wear off that I notice a bad smell, although on the surface his teeth were nice it was obvious by the smell/taste he had a bad tooth somewhere in there, now every week it’s the same, starts off minty but then the smell/taste starts. I feel like I can’t say no to kissing as the first meet and the bookings after I’ve kissed lots but I do dread it. He’s also such a lovely lovely man I feel like I can’t bring it up as it’ll embarrass him and he might not book me again

Hiya, hope you're feeling better after your bad client. I recently stopped offering DFK and it has been so liberating. I was nervous as heck (I put a post on in Bilge & Bile) but it's not been a problem. Someone offered the advice that it would be okay to use COVID19 as a reason to withdraw DFK and although I haven't stated that myself, it seems like a really valid reason to use if you want to go that way. Like you, I've had those experiences and they stay with you - so maybe you will find it easier to tweak your services for now, whilst you decide what you want. I know there's the "at discretion" thing but I can't imagine a way of ever telling a client that his breath stinks - my butt clenches just typing it! Do what works for you and don't worry about being a people pleaser x

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Re: Clients with bad teeth
« Reply #14 on: 23 October 2021, 02:25:16 am »
Dental care can be inaccessible and expensive

If someone can find the money to pay for sex, they can find the money to pay for a dental check-up, even a privately.