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Enhancing Your Smile for Confidence
Wednesday, January 23, 2019


You see a smiling person in the morning and you know you will have an amazing day. That is the power of a smile. A simple smile can drastically improve your mood and boost your confidence. Studies suggest that smiling can also positively influence your health by improving your immune system and brain health. Furthermore, smiling projects confidence and can multiply your attractiveness.

Despite of knowing these facts, some people feel insecure to smile, usually because they are self conscious about how their smile appears. They hesitate to smile, and when they do smile, they cover it with their hands. This is mainly because of bad dental health. Conditions like yellow, discolored teeth or teeth that are twisted and crooked significantly impact a person's confidence to smile.

What Can Be Done to Have an Attractive Smile?

Understanding the significance of good dental health is the first step towards a healthy and attractive smile. A dentist is your best friend in such situations. From minor adjustments to major repairs, a dentist is capable of performing a range of procedures to enhance your smile. There are lots of techniques and options to take care of unhealthy and unappealing teeth.

The dentist, depending on the situation would suggest some of the following solutions:

  • Bleaching for Teeth Whitening: The dentist will use this technique to whiten your teeth which have been discolored due to smoking or other reasons.
  • Dental Veneers: Dental veneers made of either plastic or porcelain is used to place over severely discolored or damaged teeth.
  • Composite Bonding: This procedure is used by dentist to fill gaps between teeth or fix chipped teeth.
  • Orthodontics for Straightening Teeth: Orthodontics will study your teeth and consider applying braces to straighten you teeth.
  • Implants: Teeth that are missing or severely damaged will be replaced using implants.
  • Contouring and Reshaping: The dentist will reshape your teeth to make your smile appear better by contouring them.
  • Inlays and Onlays: The dentist will apply fillings in your decaying teeth to fill gaps that have appeared due to the decay.

Expert dentists will come up with the best possible solution for your dental worries. You can consult them to provide you with more options. A good dentist will guide you through out the procedure so that you remain calm and not feel intimidated.

Your oral health should never be taken lightly. Whether you have a situation that requires immediate care, like when you are suffering from a toothache or bleeding gums, or you plan to improve the appearance of your teeth because they are discolored or crooked, you should only go to a reliable and experienced dentist. Such dentists make it their job to make the treatments as painless and effective as possible. Philip Younts DDS is one dental clinic where you be provided with the best and most reliable services.

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