How important is your smile?

Written by Dr. Apurva Chavan

September 20, 2020

A confident smile is the best accessory you can wear

Isn’t smile the first thing that people notice about you? A perfect set of pearly whites can give you just the confidence you need. Having a beautiful smile also affects your social life as well as your future.

A smile doesn’t only make you look good its also an instant mood booster. Smiling, even when you don’t feel like, improves your mood. It also brings down your blood pressure and stress levels. So next time you feel like pulling out your hair just smile instead. Smiling often even improves your immunity and acts as a mild painkiller.

How does a simple smile do so many things?

Every time you smile your body releases Endorphins and other ‘happy hormones’. These hormones help to reduce your pain, stress and blood pressure. They relax your muscles and give you a general sense of well-being. All your bodily systems work better in a relaxed environment and thus improve your immunity.

This is why Douglas Horton has said – Smile, it’s the best therapy.

Behind every beautiful smile is a perfect set of teeth.

female-patient-smiling-clinic

Your teeth not only help you to smile but also perform important functions like chewing, speaking and giving a structure to your face. Tilted, cavity ridden, chipped or missing teeth will completely change your smile and impair its functional uses.

Blessed are those who can hold lively conversations with the helplessly mute for they shall be called dentists – Ann Landers

The best person to improve and preserve your beautiful smile is your dentist.

  • Visit your dentist at least twice a year and get a professional cleaning or scaling and polishing done regularly.
  • If you have maligned teeth and are unhappy with your smile ask your dentist about smile designing.
  • It’s a cosmetic procedure done improve the aesthetic aspects of your smile.
  • Procedures like Veneers, composite filing, teeth whitening, implants etc. are done depending on the case.
  • Everything from the shape of your gums to the color of skin is taken into consideration to give you the best smile possible.
  • Remember that a smile doesn’t just have to look beautiful but also function well and maintain a harmony between your oral cavity and your facial structure. Smile designing will take care of all of these things.
  • Prevention is the best cure so brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes. Lying through your teeth doesn’t count as flossing so floss regularly to avoid deposition of food between your teeth.

A confident smile is the best accessory you can wear

Isn’t smile the first thing that people notice about you? A perfect set of pearly whites can give you just the confidence you need. Having a beautiful smile also affects your social life as well as your future. A smile doesn’t only make you look good its also an instant mood booster. Smiling, even when you don’t feel like, improves your mood. It also brings down your blood pressure and stress levels. So next time you feel like pulling out your hair just smile instead. Smiling often even improves your immunity and acts as a mild painkiller.

How does a simple smile do so many things?

Every time you smile your body releases Endorphins and other ‘happy hormones’. These hormones help to reduce your pain, stress and blood pressure. They relax your muscles and give you a general sense of well-being. All your bodily systems work better in a relaxed environment and thus improve your immunity. This is why Douglas Horton has said – Smile, it’s the best therapy.

Behind every beautiful smile is a perfect set of teeth.

beautiful-young-woman-with-perfect-smile

Your teeth not only help you to smile but also perform important functions like chewing, speaking and giving a structure to your face. Tilted, cavity ridden, chipped or missing teeth will completely change your smile and impair its functional uses. Blessed are those who can hold lively conversations with the helplessly mute for they shall be called dentists – Ann Landers

The best person to improve and preserve your beautiful smile is your dentist.

  • Visit your dentist at least twice a year and get a professional cleaning or scaling and polishing done regularly.
  • If you have maligned teeth and are unhappy with your smile ask your dentist about smile designing.
  • It’s a cosmetic procedure done improve the aesthetic aspects of your smile.
  • Procedures like Veneers, composite filing, teeth whitening, implants etc. are done depending on the case.
  • Everything from the shape of your gums to the color of skin is taken into consideration to give you the best smile possible.
  • Remember that a smile doesn’t just have to look beautiful but also function well and maintain a harmony between your oral cavity and your facial structure. Smile designing will take care of all of these things.
  • Prevention is the best cure so brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes. Lying through your teeth doesn’t count as flossing so floss regularly to avoid deposition of food between your teeth.

Highlights

  • Your smile is the best accessory you can wear.
  • Your teeth play the most important role in making your smile even more beautiful.
  • Having a beautiful smile starts with maintaining your oral hygiene.
  • Tele consult your dentist about smile designing to get those perfect set of pearly whites.

 

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Dr. Apurva Chavan is a dentist by the day and a voracious reader and writer by the night. She loves to fix smiles and tries to keep all her procedures as pain free as possible. Equipped with over 5 years of experience she loves to not just treat her patients but also educate them about dental hygiene and appropriate maintanence routines. After a long day of preserving smiles she loves to curl up with a good book or pen down some of life’s musings. She strongly belives that learning never stops and likes to keep her self updates with all the latest dental news and research.
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