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Teeth contribute to a person’s overall beauty, whether male or female. A friendly personality comes shining through a great set of teeth when you smile. Think of the people you most admire and find attractive. Is their smile part of their physical and emotional appeal? A smile can be gentle, mysterious, or flirty. Such a simple gesture conveys a world of meaning.
Your Pearly Whites
Yet, those who lack confidence in their smile may refrain from showing their pearly white teeth. In fact, they may hardly ever smile or give a quick, small smile to others, which creates an impression of its own, not always flattering. If your smile isn’t as beautiful as you would like, consider consulting an orthodontist to see if braces might be able to help.
Dental problems that are often treated by treatment with wires and brackets include missing teeth, gaps between teeth, and crooked teeth. Protruding upper teeth or lower teeth may be problematic, along with permanent teeth that have not erupted properly from the gums. Dental treatments like Invisalign, a type of braces that are almost invisible to observers, provide effective treatment in an unobtrusive way so there is no need to feel self-conscious when you smile.
Invisalign is just one type of treatment your orthodontist may recommend. There are other procedures that can address related issues to dental and mouth structures to help correct any formation problems as well as enhance dental structures if needed.
Contact Dr. Gluck
If you feel that braces could help your smile become pearly and loved by all, contact
Gluck Orthodontics for information. People of all ages are getting treatment to correct dental problems for a smile they never believed was possible. Find out if you’re a candidate for orthodontic work that can turn your smile into a true work of art for others to enjoy.
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.