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The Social Science Behind Cosmetic Dentistry

The Cold Facts Are…

Stone Cosmetic Dentistry Patient JoshIn an independent study in 2008, it was found: Virtually all Americans (98.7%) consider a smile is a crucial social asset.

97% of adults believe that an attractive smile makes a person more pleasing to people of the other sex.

Three-quarters (76%) of adult men and women think an unappealing smile can easily hurt someone’s chances for career success.

Scientists questioned, “What’s the initial thing you see in another person’s smile?” The most frequent answers were:

Then participants answered this question, “Exactly what would you most want to improve with your smile?” The most frequent response was: “Brighter and Whiter Teeth”.

It’s not absolutely necessary to get a “Million Dollar” smile, but…

…enhancing your smile could make you appear younger, boost your self-confidence and self-esteem, as well as increase your communication abilities, your attractiveness, and positively affect your own personal and professional relationships.

According to more research by social psychologists, the majority of people spend around four seconds assessing the way you look before they start to develop a list of thoughts about your:

As expected, your smile is certainly one’s most noticeable attribute.

Stone Cosmetic Dentistry Patient LouiseOut in public or in the work place, it leads the way for the rest of your personality. Even so, it’s more than just making a good first impression. Changing just just one chipped tooth has been known to make a person feel more positive about themselves. Cosmetic dentistry can turn you into a social sunbeam with a brand new attitude.

How do you want your smile to change?

A smile makeover can change everything. That’s why it’s so important that we work closely with you to guarantee that what you want is what you get before we start any treatment. We follow a comprehensive strategy and adhere to creating treatment options into a plan.

Cosmetic dentistry options:

Call for a smile consultation at (949) 786-8234 or request an appointment.

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