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Jason Ritter said that he was the type of person who loves to smile. He has good reason to enjoy smiling: His smile is beautiful. Smiling can become addicting for anyone who partakes in it because of the changes that it makes within the person. First, a smile can create a good mood through hormonal changes, especially if the person starts laughing after he or she cracks a smile. Secondly, a smile can cause other people to smile, and that can set off a chain reaction of smiles all over. Smiles can truly brighten up the day of the “smiler” and the “smilee”. Therefore, all people should get into the habit of smiling. Consistent smiling will most likely lead to Jason Ritter’s condition.
Treatment for your smile
All types of smiles can be gorgeous. You should consider an orthodontist for treatment if you are someone who does not smile much because you think you do not have a gorgeous smile. Invisalign or other solutions to correct your teeth alignment. You can opt for traditional braces, Damon brackets or lingual braces. Invisalign is an option that provides the highest level of discretion. The system is made of clear plastic aligners.
Contact Gluck Orthodontics Today to Learn More about Orthodontic Treatments
Gluck Orthodontics is located in Nashville, Tenn., and Dr. Joel Gluck offers professional examinations to determine if you need:
• Clear plastic aligners from Invisalign – for adults and teenagers
• Retainers – worn before or after orthodontic treatment
• Headgear – to repair serious malocclusions
• Braces – worn on the backs or fronts of teeth
Call Gluck Orthodontics today at 615-269-5903 to schedule an appointment with our knowledgeable and innovative orthodontist.
2002 Richard Jones Road
Nashville, TN 37215
Never Tire of Smiling, Be the Kind of Person Who Likes to Smile
Dr. Joel Gluck has practiced orthodontics since 1983 when he opened his own office in Nashville. He earned his undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis, and his dental degree at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Gluck then completed an orthodontic specialty residency at the University of Michigan, one of the top five orthodontic training residencies in the country. He also wrote an original thesis and received a Master of Science degree.