It is important not to underestimate the power of a healthy, beautiful smile. When you take good care of your teeth, this can provide you with a wide array of benefits such as improving your self-esteem and your overall health. This is why many people see spending money on their teeth as a wise investment in themselves. Here are a few of the ways in which investing in your teeth can prove to be a good long-term investment.
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For many people, creating an online dating profile is something they enjoy. Many people love being able to look for love from the comfort of their own home. The first thing people notice on a dating profile is the photo. Men and women of different ages love snapping photos of themselves that they will post online.
A majority of the photos that we see on dating profiles or social media websites are selfies. Many people will spend up to ten minutes (or way more!) trying to capture the perfect photo before the picture is actually posted. Preparing for a selfie involves a variety of things, including making sure your hair looks nice, finding the perfect location, and of course, making sure you have the perfect smile.
Oral appliance therapy, a practice focused on the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea, is a growing dental specialty that is quickly becoming widely accepted as an effective treatment option for patients, particularly those who cannot - or will not - tolerate a CPAP machine. Dental professionals around the country have adopted dental sleep medicine into their practices as a way of addressing a need for their patients, as well as expanding their revenue generating potential.
If you’re already a Six Month Smiles provider, oral appliance therapy is a perfect complement to enhance your services. Consider these five reasons for incorporating it into your practice:
You’re excited! You have a new revenue stream with your Six Month Smile offering. But...you are not getting any new cases. Fear not. Continue reading and you’ll be on your way to securing more short term ortho cases.
If you want to keep your teeth and gums healthy, it's important to make regular visits to the dentist. One of the most basic services your dentist performs is cleaning your teeth. Dentists usually recommend getting your teeth cleaned twice per year. There are quite a few reasons to make sure you don't forget to do this. Here are 7 benefits of dental cleanings.
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Customer service is an essential aspect of dentistry. In the past, a dental practice could be seen as being a great dental practice because it provided outstanding dental care. Times have changed, and a dental practice not only wants to provide outstanding dental care, but it also wants to outweigh the competition when it comes to providing customer service.
The grass is greener. The sun is shining, everything is springing forth new and let's not forget that one tell-tale sign that truly tells us spring has sprung... the return of yellow Peeps! With so much joy in the air, you are probably finding yourself smiling a lot more now that the winter blues have melted like that last dusting of snow on your window sill.
As a dental hygienist myself I know how important it is to empower hygienists to take on an expanded role in the dental office and pride themselves on the ability to identify and discuss treatment opportunities is crucial to the success of integrating orthodontics into your general dental practice.
Having crooked teeth can really affect your self-esteem. When you're at an event and someone pulls out their smartphone to take a picture, do you feel self-conscious? Do you try to hide your teeth, keeping your mouth closed when you smile? If so, you've probably considered cosmetic dentistry at some point in your life. Maybe you were afraid or you didn't want to commit to such a big change, or maybe the idea of ugly metal on your teeth made you cringe. Metal braces, though they improve your smile eventually, can make your smile look worse while they're on. They can give you yet another reason to keep your mouth closed and avoid showing off your pearly whites.
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