Create an Attractive Smile - Study Finds People with Straight Teeth are Seen as Smarter … More Successful … And Date More Often
Like it or not, we are always judged by our looks.
And nothing creates or destroys a first impression faster than your smile.
It might be common knowledge, yet a recent study by the Kenton Group backed up what we already know… that your smile can make you or break you.
Their survey found a whopping 48% of people said a person’s smile is the thing they remember the most.
More importantly though, it found people with good teeth as perceived as more successful, smarter and 57% more likely to get chosen on an online dating site.
Yes, it’s unfair. No-one deserves to be judged by how they look. Sadly, it’s human nature, and most people do it without even realizing.
This means that when it comes to your career, your social life, or your love life, if you have crooked, stained, or cracked teeth it’s doing you a lot of unnecessary harm.
And thanks to social-media it’s even worse. Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram (and a host of others) make us public property whether we like it or not.
It’s no surprise then that over half of all Americans would choose an attractive smile over clear skin.
The problem though is the cost. Traditionally the cost of dental care is too high for most people to afford.
But this is all changing.
Thanks to recent breakthroughs in dentistry, a once expensive, painful process which took months can now be quick, pain-free, and very affordable.
A perfect smile is now finally within your grasp for much less than you’d expect.
This means being more confident, plus your career and social life could turn a major corner.
Now is the perfect time to find out more.
All you have to do is use the button below to search for dentists in your area offering fast, cheap, and permanent solutions to your dental needs.
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*Stated data, facts, and figures sourced from Kelton Global (http://keltonglobal.com/in-the-media/smiling-is-the-best-way-to-make-a-first-impression/).