Most Smiles are Started by Other Smiles
Think about it: The last time that you smiled at a stranger in public, it was quite possibly because that person smiled at you first. If not, then your smile probably made the other person crack a grin. It’s only natural that smiles create other smiles.
If you aren’t happy with the appearance of your teeth. However, it can make it difficult for you to want to smile at others in public. Your social life and your day-to-day happiness can be affected. Luckily, you do have options. Whether you are the one who has a crooked smile or if you are a parent who is concerned about the appearance of your son or daughter’s teeth.
An orthodontist can truly change your life by talking to you about traditional braces and other options for correcting your teeth, such as Invisalign. Traditional braces are the most affordable option and can help with correcting serious alignment issues. Invisalign can be a good option if your smile issues are mild to moderate and if you would like an option that isn’t so obvious.
For example, Invisalign is a good option for self-conscious teenagers or adult professionals who might feel uncomfortable with the idea of wearing braces. Seeing a professional to find out more about your options can help you make the right decision so that you can correct your smile in the best way possible.
There is no reason to continue feeling self-conscious about the appearance of your smile. Instead, schedule an appointment with an orthodontist so that you can take the right steps toward having a more attractive smile. If you live in or around Nashville, contact us at Gluck Orthodontics to meet with one of our orthodontic professionals.
2125 Blakemore Avenue
Phone: 615 269 5903
Most Smiles Are Started by Other Smiles
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.