How often you go to the dentist for check up your teeth? Pretty sure most of us don’t bother to go there just to check up our teeth. Taking care of your teeth and gums will be a small change that leads us to begin this year with the way of healthier and happier life.
Many of us start the year with a wish list and always keep good intentions for the twelve months ahead. Saving for that trip will make us so excited, finally getting in shape … Desires that require a lot of will on our part to approach, because we think they will help us to fulfill our great goal to be happier. But to be honest living a little happier was not so complicated.
If smiling makes you happy…
We propose a riddle similar to that of the egg and the hen: do happy people smile more because they are happier or are they happy precisely because they smile more? You take the first one, did not you?
Oddly enough, a number of clinical investigations by psychologists around the world have shown that the second one happens more occasionally. Our facial expressions reinforce and even cause our emotional states. Speaking with a serious expression makes us feel worse and smile makes us happier.
Why do not you take care of your smile?
How are we going to smile if we are not sure how our mouth looks like? Other studies have shown that people who perform orthodontic or restorative esthetic dental treatments (implants) feel much more confident than before going to the dentist.
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Imagine how your life can be if you give others a much fresher and more beautiful smile. You may have neglected your oral health so far, but if you decide to take the step to have a much better smile, this 2017 may be the year!
Oral health … and in the rest of the body
Taking care of your oral health is very important for your emotional health and it is also crucial for maintaining your overall health. For example, doctors know there is a close link between gum disease and cardiovascular problems such as hypertension or heart attacks.
To protect the health of your teeth and gums it is very important for those people who for various circumstances are more exposed to the risk of cardiovascular problems especially people with diabetes, pregnant women and the elderly…