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When it comes to increasing face value, many people turn to their makeup kits and cosmetic products. Others even go the extra mile and opt for surgery. While these options may get the job done, there is a less invasive and cheaper alternative – smiling. This simple facial expression can actually increase your face value as well as improve overall quality of life.
Benefits of Smiling
Smiling effectively lowers stress and anxiety levels. Studies have found that smiling even in stressful situations can lower heart rate and prevent heart conditions over time. If you are unable to smile confidently due to misaligned or discolored teeth, seek the help of a professional orthodontist.
Smiling also improves your face value and attractiveness. A smile indicates that you are personable, outgoing, laid-back, empathetic, and confident. For people who have problems with their teeth but don’t want to wear traditional metal braces, an equally effective solution would be to wear invisalign.
How Invisalign Works
Invisalign aligners work as a clear alternative to metal braces that is attached by an orthodontist like Dr. Joel Gluck. It is compatible with all age groups, from adults to kids.
An advantage to using clear aligners over metal braces is of course the appearance. The aligners’ shade cleverly matches that of your teeth’s so it’s almost as if you’re not wearing anything on your teeth.
Another is mouth care. Because there are no brackets and wires that are preventing you from reaching the in-betweens of your teeth, you are able to floss and brush normally. Food particles also don’t get caught in between the metal brace and cause further decay.
Smiling is indeed a great way to increase your face value. If you need help regaining the confidence to smile because of crooked teeth, consult Dr. Joel Gluck today to start creating your treatment plan.
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Smile. It Increases Your Face Value
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.