Your smile makes a difference.
Don’t underrate your smile and the power it has to influence your world. If you have a great looking smile you are more likely to smile. That’s a fact. And smiling it seems is good for you…
What happens when you smile?
Smiling has a positive impact on your brain…something about neurotransmitters and stabilizing your mood. Aside from the actual physical science of smiling, research shows that when you smile, people treat you differently.
Smile and you will appear to be more reliable, relaxed, sincere and attractive. In a large study done with photographs of faces, people who smiled more were rated as more attractive. (Face Research Laboratory, Scotland). Is why most celebrities and people in the public eye have beautiful smiles?
According to some cosmetic dentists, broken, yellow and stained teeth can make a person look older. People with dental issues are also more likely not to smile. Not smiling affects us in many ways, some people feel depressed, embarrassed, disconnected, many suffer from low self-esteem.
What can I do to improve my smile?
Is your smile is suffering? Visit with your general dentist. General dentists are masters of many different cosmetic dental skills. Today you can have your teeth straightened and whitened by your family dentist. There are also many ways to replace missing teeth or even fill decayed teeth with tooth colored materials. You would be surprised at how easy having a great smile is!
If your smile is already great looking, keep it that way. Go to your twice annual check ups at the dentist of your choice. Being proactive about your teeth will save you all sorts of time and money in the future.
But no matter who you are…keep smiling!
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