Tips From Dentist For Successful Dating
Successful dating: For many who believe they are unfortunate in love, they might be doing dating wrong. Lots of people are looking for experts in dating to get some tips or tricks for a successful dating, however, we discovered recently totally different approach from a dentist in London. Dr Adnan Aslam from Shades Clinic in London reveals 3 simple tips for a successful dating.
Tell me a bit about your background. How did you get first started with dentistry?
Well, my father was a carpenter and my mother a housewife, so me and my siblings being educated and professional was a big priority for them as they struggled a lot while we were growing up. My eldest sister became a solicitor, my brother an IT consultant and my other sister a chartered civil engineer. So I was lucky to have an environment which encouraged intellectualism and becoming a professional. Originally I didn’t get the grades for dentistry but I wanted to become a dentist so badly. I retook my A levels (rather than going on to a different degree) and managed to get the right grades and get in. That was a big wake up call for me. So I studied at Queen Mary University and carried out my dental training at The Royal London Hospital. I then did my training year in East London and then went straight into private practice. I have worked in Essex, Birmingham and Epsom before working with Shades and finding my feet. I was fortunate enough to have worked mainly private over my career so far and plan to keep it that way as I find it very accommodating for me and my patients.
What inspired you to become a dentist?
Well, I enjoyed the human biology aspect from a young age. My parents wanted me to go into law and become a judge but I was more interested in making things and working with people and their health. So surgery was calling but then I also enjoyed maths. I originally did work experience for a week in a hospital but I didn’t enjoy it at all. It was too impersonal. I then also randomly tried accounting but found that was not for me. Then I did 2 weeks work exp in a dental lab and loved it. Then I did 2 more weeks in a dental surgery and then a further two more weeks with an orthodontist. Then when I was doing my retakes, for 8 months, twice a week, I would go and observe at a dental surgery. This was amazing and really cemented in my mind that dentistry was for me and I felt as though I had done enough research to commit to a lifelong career!
Do you enjoy your job?
I love the work I do. It is incredibly stressful and the positives to dentistry aren’t as good as what they used to be. Nonetheless,I enjoy the clinical side, building relationships with patients is a great privilege and I find it extremely stimulating for my mind. I became really passionate about dentistry thanks to my VT Trainer Dr Wulstan Abaleke, who really taught me a lot of things about dentistry and life. I’m very confident that dentistry is the right career for me and it allows me to live my life the way I want to.I am excited to see what the future holds for me.
Most people don’t like to see the dentist, what do you do to make them feel comfortable?
That is very true, most patients tell me that. I guess I try and make sure I break down the stigma attached to dentistry of it being painful and dentists being bad at communicating. That being said, both of these things are very difficult to correct and it has taken a lot of varied experiences to learn what is correct. Every patient is different, and everyone reacts differently to positive and negative situations. I personally try and understand the patient’s main concerns and try to alleviate these in a manner that is best suited to that specific patient. Some patients want a very detailed approach, others just want me to get on with it! Nonetheless, I approach every patient with a similar demeanour, confident in my skills and friendly while maintaining a high professional standard. I would treat patients the way I would treat my own family.
Why is a better smile so important in relationships?
Smiling is hugely important in any relationship, be it a business or personal one. It’s the most visual way we show happiness. One person smiling can help another person feel at ease and it can entirely diffuse a negative situation. Especially now in a society which has developed a strong dependence on social media, we are all under a lot more scrutiny with regards to appearances. Lacking confidence in your smile can impact on almost every day to day function and so it’s extremely important to feel comfortable smiling.
What are your 3 tips for people who want to improve their success in dating?
Well with dating, be confident in yourself, be courteous and respectful and always smile, it can say a lot more than words 😉
Understanding your own worth is crucial. It is important to realise how deserving of love you are and say no to settle for anything less. Each time you bring that energy to a date, you certainly will seem confident, attractive and absolutely desirable.
One of the best ways to make a stronger, the more long-lasting relationship is by learning how to treat the other person with respect.
Everyone wishes to be respected. What is respect? Respect is showing another person extraordinary attention, or high regard, driven by a desire to show them how highly they are valued.
What’s the top rated physical characteristic that men and also men judge one another on when it comes to considering if someone is a worthy possible date? Not their profession. Not their personality. You guessed it – their teeth. It might be time to check it out in the mirror and rate your smile. Good teeth are a must-have when it comes to dating and romance. If you want to really impress a potential match, a straight, bright white, beautiful smile makeover will make you look healthier, happier, younger, wealthier, even more successful. The easiest way to improve the smile is to visit me at Shades Clinic in London and I will find the way to improve your success.
Remember, the energy you bring to date night matters. Once you radiate absolutely love, openness, peacefulness, and tremendous smile you will attract that type of energy back to you. That’s quantum physics in a nutshell—like attracts like, and also we receive what we give. If you desire a love life which is meaningful, exciting and whole-hearted, you want to live just as though that energy already exists within you (it does!) and vibrate it out into the universe.
Invest in yourself and invest in a more successful love life by saying yes to cosmetic dentistry. Contact Dr Adnan Aslan at Shades Clinic to schedule your consultation for your smile makeover.Back