A Smile Is the Most Beautiful Curve on a Woman’s Body
Beauty is more of a state of mind than a simple physical trait. This is why you will often find yourself admiring the beauty of optimistic, confident, smiling people. Smiles are literally contagious, and the more you smile, the more people will want to be in your company because of the beauty that you exude. A smile is, after all, the most beautiful curve on a woman’s body, and it is something you should wear every day.
Unfortunately, smiling is sometimes hard because of the day in, day out stresses that we are often surrounded by. On top of these stresses, there are also insecurities that reduce our self-confidence. We are our worst critics, dwelling frequently on the parts of ourselves that we wish to change. One trait that many women find themselves wishing to change is their crooked smile, which is why many of the most amazing women find themselves not smiling.
A Simple Trip
However, crooked teeth, unlike other common insecurities, are an easy fix, even if you are past the awkward age of adolescence when braces are most common. As an adult, you will still be able to reclaim the most beautiful curve of your body and boost your self-esteem, beginning with a simple trip to the orthodontist.
With new technology, the amount of time that you need to wear braces to get the smile that you dream of has been drastically reduced, as well as the number of times that you’ll need to visit the orthodontist during your realignment process. As an added bonus, realigning your teeth to achieve a smile you’re proud to have will often also translate to:
• healthier gums,
• slower tooth decay,
• and fewer headaches.
To get started on your journey to a beautiful smile, contact us at Gluck Orthodontics today.
2125 Blakemore Avenue
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.