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The Difference a Smile Can Make

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A healthy, vibrant smile is something that everyone is proud to share at every opportunity. People around the world understand the universal meaning that a smile conveys. Having the kind of smile that you are confident about and that you take pride in can be an enhancement to your life in many ways. Just what can your smile do for you?

A Smile Communicates Happiness And Other Positive Emotions Endorphins are released throughout your body when you smile, and they trigger the release of these chemicals in the receivers of your smile as well, so everyone feels good. Endorphins not only help us to feel happy, but they are also known to lower stress levels as well. The more often we can stimulate the set of muscles that results in a smile, the more easily we can return to the physiological responses of endorphin release and “feeling” happy.

A Smile Exudes Confidence A bright, engaging smile inspires confidence. It causes others to see you seem more approachable and more attractive. People will be naturally drawn to you. You make others feel better in your interactions with them, and in turn, their attraction to you allows you to feel valued and accepted. Your overall well being is impacted positively.

A Smile Connects You Connecting with someone is as easy as sharing a sincere smile. Smiling is, in fact, contagious, and it causes others to respond in kind. This is an excellent way to get others to open up and be more trusting of you as well. A smile indicates a positive attitude and outlook on life as well; who wouldn’t want to spend more time in the company of someone so uplifting?

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A Smile Will Take You In A Positive Direction Smiling an engaging smile in a job interview communicates that you are relaxed and able to handle pressure with grace. A smile builds relationships with colleagues, friends, and even potential partners. Positive relationships almost always start with a smile. A smile can ease pain, soothe emotions, and calm and eradicate stress. There is magic in your smile, so keep sharing it!

The Gift Of A Healthy Smile If you are blessed to have a healthy, vibrant smile already, then share it with the world. There are countless others out there, however, who are not so proud of the smiles that they have attained through genetics, life experience, and other factors that make them self-conscious about what they can share with others. Just how important is a healthy smile?

Everyone wants a fresh, vibrant smile, but the necessity for good oral health goes deeper than just the picture on the surface. Too often, we take for granted our oral health needs, and yet it touches almost every aspect of our lives. Your mouth is a window to the rest of your body, and quite often one only needs to look at what is going on with your smile to associate your overall health with how you are presenting yourself.

A less than healthy mouth can indicate nutritional deficiencies, the start of disease, and other general wellness indicators. Systemic disease even becomes apparent in the mouth and can start in the form of mouth lesions and other abnormalities. With studies now showing that the health of our mouths is inextricably linked to the overall health and well being of the body, it is essential that we prioritise caring for our mouth, teeth, and gums to achieve our best smile.

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Park Dental: Changing Lives One Smile At A Time The professionals at Park Dental aim to give each patient the benefits of oral health and their unique pathway to a beautiful, confident smile. With our quality care services, preventative and restorative practices, and attention to detail, we are changing lives one smile at a time. No matter if your need is routine maintenance or cosmetic repair and restoration, we will work with you to formulate a comprehensive care plan that exceeds your highest expectations. Get ready to smile with delight as we work with you to bring out your unique sparkle. Visit Park Dental today to get started on your personalised oral health plan today.

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