It’s easy to think that there’s no real connection between the condition of your teeth and the rest of your life, but there is. For many people, if they are not happy with their smile, if they are not confident with the condition of their teeth, they won’t smile as much. This is a clinically proven fact.
If you don’t smile as much as you might if you had perfect, white, straight teeth, then it actually will impact your overall confidence level. People who don’t smile as often as others, who cover their mouth out of concern over their breath, the yellowing of their teeth, or even chipped or cracked teeth, tend to report feeling less positive.
People who smile and laugh more openly commonly report feeling more positive and better about themselves as well. Another important point is that people will often report more positive attributes or things about other people who smile more.
Your smile is your gateway to success within your life, with others, and many aspects of work and personal experiences. The more you smile, the more you’re going to attract other people to you. The more you smile, the more confidence you will feel. The more confident you feel, the more success you will find in work, personal relationships, and much more.
While no one can ever claim that they became successful strictly because of their smile, the condition and health of your teeth and mouth will have a direct impact on many aspects of your life.
When you recognize this research proven fact, invest the proper care and time to getting a smile that you are pleased with and that will give you the confidence to completely transform your life. Smiling is contagious, not only to ourselves but to others and the health of your teeth is directly related to how much you smile, which will directly impact almost all other aspects of your life.