COSMETIC DENTISTRY: IMPROVING YOUR SMILE AND YOUR CAREER

How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Help Your Career?

According to a recent study, nearly one third of adult Americans are unhappy with their current smile. That’s why cosmetic dentistry exists. Cosmetic Dentistry has been transforming thousands of smile for many years.

For many people, fixing their teeth feels like consuming too much time, money or too many embarrassing steps – like metal braces – to get the perfect smile they imagine.

Why is it important to fix your smile?

Oral health problems like missing and diseased teeth could be holding you back in your career especially in job interviews, presentations to networking events. The dental problems from bad mouth breath to missing front tooth could prevent one from smiling and conversing with others. This is where our cosmetic dentistry approach comes in.

Excellent cosmetic dentistry, according to Dr. Stella Oh, can also help you feel your best by treating disease and aesthetics. So you can smile confidently in your next job interview or lead an important presentation. Dr. Stella Oh believes that cosmetic dentistry encompasses procedures from cleaning (removes stains) to multiple veneer restorations. “We offer treatments to our patients with what’s least necessary to achieve the best, the “WOW” results.” So that our patients can have the known advantages of having beautiful teeth as noted below.

BETTER FIRST IMPRESSIONS

“Your Smile Can Be Your Personal Key to Success”
According to a new survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, close to 50% of Americans believe that a smile is the most memorable feature after first meeting someone. It is more important than the first thing they say.

Especially during job interviews. The moment you walk inside the room, your interviewer might already know if you are ready or not at just a matter of glance.

A genuine smile gives the people who see it an insight into all the best parts of your personality. A warm smile showing teeth exudes confidence, instills trust and convinces those around you that you are approachable and open. These are all desirable qualities for a colleague and employee.

You’ll realize that smiling makes the conversation easy to talk to and it makes you feel enthusiastic about the opportunity, immediately.

So radiate positive vibes around you and become that employee who creates a wonderful first impressions to interviewers, co-workers, friends and employers. Smile creates a great impact on your career.

BOOST OF CONFIDENCE

Smiling can really boost your confidence especially at work. It creates a positive disposition and positive disposition draws people. If you’re smiling to your co-workers, it gives a positive impression, making them feel more comfortable to work around you.

They feel more welcomed to communicate and open a conversation with you. Being able to connect with your team, clients, customers or other employees is how you further expand and grow your career. Your smile is your light…turn it on!

IMPROVED JOB PERFORMANCE

There’s a huge difference between coming to work with a smiling face and coming to work with a negative aura. Happiness at work is closely correlated with greater performance and productivity as well as greater energy, better reviews, faster promotion, higher income, better health and increased happiness with life. So it’s good for organizations and individuals as well. These findings were from a study conducted by Jessica Pryce-Jones, author of Happiness at Work and CEO of iOpener.

LOOK YOUNGER AND FRIENDLIER

If you feel like your career is in the doldrums then improving your smile could help. While it can’t improve your CV, it will absolutely help you create a better impression at an interview. A healthy white smile can help knock years of your appearance and more importantly it will help you feel amazing.

If you have any questions or want to improve your smile today, call us today! Our Madison Avenue Dentists will provide a great care to help you have a beautiful smile!

Sources:

1 https://www.bambithompson.com/blog/6-ways-smiling-can-boost-your-business-confidence

2 https://www.aacd.com/index.php?module=express&cmd=newsviewpost&id=8005

3 https://www.forbes.com/2010/08/13/happiest-occupations-workplace-productivity-how-to-get-a-promotion-morale-forbes-woman-careers-happiness.html#5554f4a7efb4

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