The dictionary defines a smile as: “a pleasant or agreeable appearance, look, or aspect.” Does that describe your smile?
As a dentist who performs a number of smile makeovers, I hear patients share the emotional repercussions of a flawed smile before treatment. Many of them explain how they’ve ‘held back’ on their smile, often concealing it with their hand or smiling with lips only. Some share they felt uncomfortable speaking with the opposite sex because of the appearance of their teeth. Others felt their smile has kept them from pursuing higher positions or particular jobs.
Your smile is much more than teeth and gums. It reflects your overall personality. Would an attractive smile make you more comfortable smiling and interacting with others? Would it prompt you to smile more often? Would it make you feel more attractive and outgoing? These are also things that patients have shared with me after smile enhancement. Truly, the ‘enhancement’ goes much deeper than visual.
Adults often indulge in cars, clothes, electronics and trips as ways to create good feelings. Yet, none can provide the lasting effects of a confident, attractive smile. If you’d like to discuss cosmetic dentistry for a beautiful smile you’ll love, every day, then call toll free 1-866-9-Smiles for a free consultation.