Do You Have Smile Power?

Are you proud of your smile? When was the last time you smiled ear to ear for a camera? Do you receive compliments on your smile? Can your smile light up a room just by walking into it? If you said “No” to any of these questions, you may want to consider changing your smile fortune. Fortune is particularly good word here.

Why? Because your smile can be worth a fortune to you over a lifetime. What kind of fortune? A beauty fortune, a health fortune, a financial fortune, a relationship fortune and a fortune in how you feel about yourself. Being smile wealthy is particularly joyous condition because your smile is with you 24/7 365 days a year for a lifetime. Sounds like a pretty good investment, doesn’t it? So your smile can be either a fortune or a misfortune that haunts you, causing you to always wish for a different one, a better one, one that you can beam at everyone you meet. Wouldn’t it be better to be proud of your smile, knowing that you look great whenever you use it? Can you imagine the difference it could make for you?

You might know someone who is seemingly unaffected by his or her smile, even though it doesn’t look so great. Some people just don’t seem to be bothered by their smile. If you or someone you know doesn’t have a good looking smile and feels okay with it, you may not wan to do anything about being smile-challenged. Then again, once you know more, you might want to reconsider.

You may already know that your smile is “challenged.” You may even realize that it’s handicap, a disability of sorts. It need not be this way. Why live with this disability when it can be fixed? Why live with it when you can turn that disability actually into an asset?

Cosmetic dentistry today is different than it used to be. With the technology, science, understanding and art, you aren’t stuck any more like you used to be. I can still remember patients coming to me years ago saying, “I don’t want that black line up around my gums when I have a crown placed in front.” That was long ago. At one point in time dentistry didn’t have a solution for that problem. Now we do.

You can actually get teeth that look like teeth – beautiful, white teeth that give you a great smile.

What you may not know is that having a good-looking smile has been important for thousands of years. From Egyptian Pharaohs, to the Inca Indians, appearance was important. I think celebrities know things about their smiles that most people don’t. They understand that how their smile looks is critical to their success. What you may not know is your own appearance is critical to your success.

Having the right smile for you is more important now than ever. Your smile should match your personality, the proportions of your face, the shape of your face, and even the height of your body. We know that your smile power has a direct effect on how other people perceive you, and how you perceive yourself. You use it to make others feel comfortable with you and to influence. it determines a great deal for you on a whole number of levels.

For some it can mean rekindling of romance. It can mean a relationship blossomed that would have never had a chance before. It can be a personal rejuvenation in how you feel about yourself. And with that, how others feel about you, too.