Originally Posted by Space Invader
Very good input, thank you. The question is I'm 23 and I'm just getting started. I recognize guerlain vetiver as a good fragrance, but it looks to me as something for an older gentleman.
Consider that professionally that might be an advantage. I'm not even that old, and the last time I went to my dentist, he had a fresh grad in for him (my dentist has since retired, he was letting several others "test in" for the practice) and I'm thinking "whoa, I'm going to let this kid into my mouth?" An air of quiet maturity is only going to help you with older patients and their trust.
Other than that, something that on you is super-quiet. No patient should be smelling anything unless you lean right over them. I haven't smelled any kind of scent on a medical professional for years (for all I know, there may be regulations on that now, where I live) but I still remember one particular dentist (who was an asshole anyway) and his bomb of pushy cologne.