Bombarded by images of beautiful people in movies, on television and in magazines, society has become convinced and conditioned to believe that beauty = good. This powerful message isn’t new. Greek philosophers explained it first, and hundreds of recent studies prove that it affects our lives in untold ways. Attractive people are judged to be smarter, friendlier, more honest and trustworthy, more successful and happier, and in possession of just about every other “good” trait. Our world is so competitive today, socially and sexually, that looking our best is literally a necessity.
Equally important is that our appearance impacts the way we feel about ourselves, profoundly affecting our self-esteem and self-confidence.
Studies also have shown our mouth is the most important factor in determining the esthetics of our faces, even more than the eyes. One of the reasons for this is there is no part of your face that reflects as much light as your teeth-a bright, white smile is dazzling! A great smile projects youth and good health. It affects the way others perceive your ability and desirability. In fact, 92% of Americans agree that an attractive smile is an important social asset while 74% think that an unattractive smile can hurt a person’s chances for career success.*
Many of the smiles you admire on other people were created through the scientific artistry of Cosmetic Dentistry. There have been exciting advances in the techniques to improve smiles that are more conservative than ever before. Today, you can have the smile you’ve always wanted-let us show you how!
* Survey by Market Facts TeleNation