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    Default Re: Best fragrance for a dentist

    Anything that pairs well with clove oil because thats primarily what a dentist's clinic smells like.
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    Default Re: Best fragrance for a dentist

    Ideally, nothing. And before anyone pushes the argument that smelling of perfume is better than BO, I think you need to get your personal hygiene in order before thinking about perfumes.

    If you can't bear to go with nothing, then this.

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    Just enough scent to project a clean hygenic state of affairs.
    Don't want to be triggering anyone's hayfever. Nothing worse than having a blocked or runny nose while someone digs around in your mouth.
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    My wife swears Nooka smells like a denstists office- synthetic leather, metal, and a hint of mint.

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    It seems like GPHII and Boss Bottled tend to be appropriate in any field.
    +1. A soothing, warm/sweet fragrance would be inviting to those with anxiety over dental work.

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    Default Re: Best fragrance for a dentist

    Given all the differing opinions posted- why not ask your patients what their opinions are, it'll make a change to the usual topics used as an ice-breaker?

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    Wear fragrance for yourself, not for other people. Just wear what you like.

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    [QUOTE=Space Invader;2779463]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.

    I agree that Guerlain Vetiver has that "old school" vibe. I feel comfortable wearing it, but I'm more than twice your age.

    For a very clean vetiver aimed at the younger man, I'd suggest Tom Ford Grey Vetiver.....with one caveat. It can project a bit...even with just one spray. I suggest you try the Grey Vetiver after shave balm and use it alone. I find that when I want to wear a scent "under the radar" ...ie close to the skin...I reach for the after shave balm and don't spray anything. It works quite well. I have after shave balm in Guerlain's Vetiver and Acqua di Parma Colonia. They are great products and go a long way at projecting a soft, subtle scent. The TF Grey Vetiver is also available as an after shave balm and I suggest you try it...along with the AdP Colonia (or Assoluta) after shave balms. They also happen to be the finest quality after shave balms I've ever used.

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