A healthy, beautiful smile should be part of your everyday wardrobe. If you’re looking for some self-improvement, don’t forget that your smile is a vital part of your total image.
Your smile is often the first impression people have of you. Psychological studies have shown that a person’s physical attractiveness is judged by “the mouth, eyes, structure of the face, hair, and nose” in that order!
What is “attractive?”
Psychologists have trouble defining “beauty.” But they agree that beauty is important in every social relationship. Between bosses and employees, husbands and wives, even in the relationship between mother and baby, it was found that the physically attractive are treated better than their so-called “ugly” counterparts.
Take a moment to smile at yourself in the mirror. Is your smile attractive, appealing? Is your smile weakened by dental problems? If so, you can do something about it!
Not only does modern dentistry allow people to keep their natural teeth all their lives, but it also helps people look and feel better about themselves.
You can change your smile
Chipped, stained, and uneven teeth can be restored. If you have missing teeth, know that new denture materials and technique makes them more comfortable and effective than ever before, and remember that having a full set of teeth also provides support for surrounding tissues like lips, cheeks, and chin. If you inherited teeth that are poorly positioned orthodontics can successfully change your smile as well!
Developing an attractive smile—even if you weren’t born with one—is important at any age. Make your smile your strongest fashion asset.