There are many benefits to a good smile, and they are not just the aesthetic benefits.
It is like a domino effect, the happier you are the happier your life will be.
A pleasant smile improves a persons confidence, which in turn projects a positive vibe, which results in positive reactions and outcomes.
Let’s use a life experience for example, a job interview; if you walk into that job interview with a smile that you feel good about you are starting the interview with positive vibes. The interviewer will think you are a positive person and these positive thoughts will result in positive feelings. What better way to start an interview?!
Your personal relationships. Smiling more around the people you love will result in them smiling more and more positive emotions.
If you stop and think about it, someone who is genuinely happy and smiling makes you feel much different than someone who is fake smiling at you. This is why it is important to have a genuine smile you are proud of, that makes you want to smile!
Check out this blog about the science of smiling! The Science of A Smile They have some amazing points!
So how do you get this smile that can change your life?
The answer is looking after your teeth, your smile does not have to look perfect! It needs to feel great, and look its best. Everyone has a different smile with different teeth, take pride in your smile, look after it. Start with the basics, brush, floss, rinse, get regular dental cleanings from your dental hygienist, and if you are really wanting to wow people, try a teeth whitening . Your mouth health is just as important as the rest of your body, and aesthetically, I think it is more important than your hair or the clothes you wear!
The best accessory a woman can wear is her smile!
Emma Johnson is the owner of Pearl Boutique, a clinic that specializes in teeth whitening. She is a registered dental hygienist and completed her diploma at Camosun College, which offers one of the best recognized dental hygiene programs in Canada. Emma also holds a health science degree in kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley.