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What Does Your Smile Say About You?  

Want to succeed in business, fill up your social calendar, and get more romance into your life?

One secret may be in your smile.

Our smile — simple, straightforward, and most important, sincere — can attract more than admiring looks. A smiling face tells people that you’re an outgoing and intelligent person worth getting to know.

“When someone has a big smile, it shows they’re willing to open up and expose a part of themselves,” says Pamela McClain, DDS, a past president of the American Academy of Periodontology. Over the long term, smiling can benefit your health, perception at work, social life, and romantic status. With that much at stake, it’s worthwhile to discover what your smile is saying about you — and how to interpret the smiles flashed your way.

A Smile Makes You Look Successful

“A smile conveys confidence and professionalism,” says Lily T. Garcia, DDS, a past president of the American College of Prosthodontists. People who project a positive outlook are generally more open and flexible. They tend to cope better with challenges than people who are withdrawn and unsmiling.

Get a healthy smile

Of course everyone wants bright white teeth. But the benefits of a beautiful smile are more than just cosmetic. Researchers have found links between poor oral health and conditions that involve the heart, the brain, and other parts of the body—all the more reason to give your kisser the best care possible.

Your mouth can tell you a lot about your health

The time and effort you put into oral hygiene (including regular dental cleanings) may pay off in spades. Research suggests that the condition of your gums is connected to a variety of health issues: Several studies have found a link between gum disease and heart disease. (A 2015 Korean review discovered that folks who slacked off on brushing and flossing had higher rates of hypertension.) Other research suggests an association between oral health and premature birth, rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer’s, and even lung cancer. One hypothesis is that gum disease triggers inflammation throughout the body, increasing a person’s risk of illness.

 Invest In Yourself!

Let Dr. Zoltek Restore Your Oral Health &

Give You A Vibrant, Beautiful Smile!!

 


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What people say about us. Here are comments from individuals who have visited Dr. Zoltek

Just a quick note to say thank you so much for the care you took over my appointment today. I am very grateful for your high standard of care and professionalism.

D. Hilton Dentist

This clinic and all the doctors were extremely helpful from the very start, making me feel like I’m in a safe place here… Eventually, therapy has helped me a lot while I was preparing to give a birth…

T. Palmer Dentist

Seeking a sensible quality/cost ratio for a clinic for our family, we eventually chose this one. All in all the testing, treatment and therapy took just a few months, helping us in our conception efforts!

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