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What Does Your Smile Say to Those Around You?

Good oral hygiene can have a huge effect on your overall health and everyday life. Having good oral hygiene habits such as brushing twice a day, flossing, and seeing us regularly can really affect the way you feel in so many ways.

Your smile can also have an impact on those around you. Here’s some things your smile says to all those people around you.


Let’s face it, when you feel like you’re looking your best, you feel good. Taking care of your teeth can also make your body feel good. When bacteria forms in your mouth from food particles or plaque buildup, your immune system kicks in.

Other parts of your body have to try to step up and fight off any infection. This can even cause weight gain. Realistically, there are tons of benefits to taking good care of your teeth.

Taking pictures and not hiding your smile is always rewarding. Having people compliment you on your confidence is a great feeling. A smile tells people that you are a happy person and you’re friendly.

A smile can also be quite contagious. Try smiling at people for no reason, I bet you have positive results. Little kids love it when people smile at them. It’s a real feel good positive energy.

Things can happen to your teeth when you least expect it. You could chip a tooth biting into food. An accident can happen and you lose one. There are many options to make sure you stay at your best.

We can help you with teeth whitening, bonding to fix small imperfections, crowns and veneers help save remaining teeth so they don’t need to be removed, dental implants, and dentures.

Keeping a good relationship with us is a great way to prevent problems and stay on top of your overall health. For questions or concerns, or to schedule an appointment, call our office today.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (718) 925-3365 today.

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