February 9, 2016
If you’ve been working your tail off in the office and not seeing any progress, it may not be the quality of your work; it may be your smile. Although we don’t like to admit it, our society assumes things about people based on their appearance. When you have a straight, white smile, people assume you are:
When you have a straight, white smile, people assume you are:
According to research conducted by Kelton Research for Invisalign, Americans believe those with straight teeth are 45% more likely to be offered a position over someone with the same resume and a crooked grin. Not to mention, nearly 75% of the population believe having a crooked, discolored smile would keep them from a promotion.
A straight, white smile automatically demonstrates to those around you that you’re healthy and you care about your appearance. For employers, a truly healthy smile can actually make your whole body healthy, translating to fewer sick days.
Around 75% of Americans are more likely to trust those with healthy, beautiful smiles than those who dress professionally or drive fancy cars. If you’re worried that your smile is holding you back from making moves in your career, don’t panic.
There are many fast ways to perfect that smile and get that coveted promotion, including:
Getting your teeth whitened in our dental office means that you’ll leave with a bright white smile, compared with at-home treatments, which may take weeks to show any change.
Chipped teeth and tooth gaps are quickly corrected with the help of veneers or Lumineers. To learn which is best for you, read our blog post What’s the Difference Between Veneers and Lumineers?
Replace missing teeth in just one visit to our office. Using Sirona and CEREC technology, we can get that gap filled in just a couple hours with a replacement that looks and feels like the real deal.
Metal fillings are OUT. Create a cohesive smile with naturally colored fillings.
Are you looking for a cosmetic dentist? Schaumburg Dental Studio is comprised of a team of friendly professionals who believe in investing in their patients. Call (847) 957-3537 to make an appointment or to learn more about the ever-growing list of services we offer.