Frequently Visit Your Cosmetic Dentist
And Wear Your Best Smile!
If you’re looking for a reason to visit a cosmetic dentist in Huntington Beach and improve your smile and overall life, keep reading. There is scientific evidence to show that smiling can actually help improve your life, or at least how you feel about it.
Smiling Is The Cure To Everything
Yes, you read that right! Improving your smile is something that can make you feel a lot better about yourself. Improving your self-esteem should not be ignored since this can influence the way you interact with other people. However, like we said earlier, there is a lot more going on when you smile from a scientific point of view.
So, let’s talk science… Smiling releases the molecules that allow your neurons to communicate with each other. This release is called neuropeptides, they allow you to feel happy and excited or sad and depressed. Smiling also releases a lot of positive neuropeptides, also known as dopamine, serotonin, and endorphins. So go ahead and book your appointment to go see Drs. Jeff Coleman & Ken Yabuki, your cosmetic dentist. They can help you smile again because there are some serious emotional, mental, and physical benefits associated with doing so.
Some of the benefits of smiling:
- Reduction of stress.
- The ability to lower your blood pressure and reducing your heart rate.
- Reduction in any pain you are experiencing, just as if you were taking medication.
- Increased feeling of happiness and well-being.
- Improvement of your mood and performance.
Smiling can make you look more attractive and approachable to people you encounter. This can naturally lead to benefits in your social and professional well-being. Have you ever walked by someone who smiled at you and you automatically felt warm inside? This is because when you see a smiling face, it activates your orbitofrontal cortex, and you can actually feel happier or rewarded because you saw someone smile. That’s where the phrase “smiling is contagious” comes from.
Visit your cosmetic dentist if you do not like your smile.
If your appearance does not make you happy and it’s preventing you from showing off your pearly whites, visit Surf City Dentist, the office of Drs. Jeff Coleman & Ken Yabuki. It’s said that when you smile, the world around you improves and so does your mood. However, if you’re like one of the many people who does not like to smile because you might be missing a tooth, have gaps in between them, stains, etc. Here at Surf City Dentist we offer all types of modern cosmetic dentistry solutions for your needs. From dental implants, crowns, and veneers to less invasive treatments like cleanings and whitening treatments.
The most common treatments to improve your smile are:
Closing gaps in your teeth – This is one of the most common problems to why people don’t smile. We can fix this problem by using dental bonding, by placing dental veneers, or crowns on your teeth.
Replacing missing teeth – We use dental implants or dental bridges as a secure way to replace any missing teeth. They are more durable and natural-looking than dentures.
Removing stains – If you’re not pleased with the color of your teeth, we can remove all stains and discolorations with our state of the art teeth whitening solutions. Gentle yet very effective, it’s a great way to improve your smile and make you look younger.
Creating a perfect smile – If you have crooked teeth and would like to make your teeth look symmetrical or straight, we can help direct you to the most qualified specialists offering traditional braces and Invisalign as well.
Whether you believe it or not, your smile is very important to your health. It opens doors towards your social and professional life, just as it releases neuropeptides that make you feel a lot better about yourself. Do not wait out any longer – book a consultation or call Surf City Dentist at (714) 847-7733 and get yourself that smile you have dreamed of… you deserve it!
– Dr. Coleman
The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.
Please visit a licensed dentist or doctor.
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