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How Important is Your Smile to You?

How Important is Your Smile to You?

92% of people agree that an attractive smile is an important social asset
75% of people agree that it can improve your chance of success
But only 50% of people are satisfied with their smile
It is well known that an attractive smile can improve your social life and career, but did you know that it can also improve your health? Smiling has been shown to:
Improve your social life
Improve your career success
Improve your mood and the moods of those around you
Relieve stress
Boost your immune system
Lower your blood pressure
Release endorphins, natural pain killers and serotonin - a natural drug
Lift the face muscles and make you look younger!
If you are one of the 50% of people who are unhappy with your smile, you are less likely to use it... which means you are less likely to get the social, career, and health benefits that smiling has to offer. After all, your smile is the most important accessory you have.
So what can be done to improve your smile? The first step is to have an evaluation by a dentist who focuses on comprehensive health and cosmetics. In general, a pleasing smile begins with a healthy smile. A comprehensive examination will reveal any problems related to your mouth or chewing system plus you'll receive a cosmetic dental evaluation. We will outline goals and together we will set up a healthy, functional, and cosmetically pleasing plan.

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