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February 13, 2021

Can Cosmetic Dentistry Contribute to a Successful Career?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Donald Marks @ 2:13 pm
woman receiving cosmetic dental treatments in State College

If there’s one trait that people will remember about you, it’s your smile. The more attractive it is, the more positive impression you’ll make. When you’re looking to advance your career, can a nice smile be of help? Continue reading to learn how cosmetic dental treatments in State College can help land your dream job!

The Psychological Effect of a Nice Smile

Researchers have discovered a connection between smiling and the expression of health-supporting hormones like endorphins, oxytocin, serotonin and dopamine. Furthermore, the more you smile, the stronger immune system function you’ll have. The positive effects extend even further, as a friendly smile has been shown to positively affect the people surrounding you.

It turns out that smiling at a person can indirectly trigger a positive hormonal reaction within them and convey a message of calm and security. Having an attractive smile is like the icing on the cake, as it leaves you more confident to show your ivories, and it presents a pleasant image.

What an Attractive Smile Tells Employers

Having a set of straight and attractive teeth yields even more benefits. When it comes to employers, here’s what it can say:

  • I’m confident in my abilities.
  • I’ll contribute to a positive work environment.
  • I’ll contribute to the success of the company.
  • I am an intelligent person.

If the condition of your teeth is sending the wrong message, there are cosmetic dental procedures available to help turn things around.

How to Revamp Your Smile

Depending on the improvements you’re looking to make, there are a host of treatment methods available. Here are some of your options:

  • Porcelain Veneers – Made from high-grade ceramics, veneers are thin shells that fit directly over the front-facing teeth to mask minor imperfections.
  • Metal-free Restorations – As an example of how the lines have blurred between restorative and cosmetic dentistry, metal-free restorations provide an attractive and durable way to fill cavities.
  • Cosmetic Bonding – With the use of composite resin material that is applied directly to the teeth, cosmetic bonding is able to mask minor gaps, cracks and stains.
  • Inlays and Onlays – For more severe damage that can’t be addressed by a filling, an inlay (fills the area between the cusps) or onlay (covers the cusps) may be used. Both procedures create a natural-looking restoration.
  • ClearCorrect – Metal braces are no longer the only way to correct misaligned teeth. With ClearCorrect’s nearly invisible trays, patients are able to correct their bite in a discreet manner.
  • Teeth Whitening – While there are several over-the-counter teeth whiteners available, they pale in comparison to the results that can be achieved when the procedure is done by a cosmetic dentist. In most cases, patients are able to have their teeth brightened by as much as 6-10 shades.

Whatever smile improvements you’re in need of, a cosmetic dentist in State College has the solution. The investment you make into your smile could very well translate into additional income and a rewarding new career!

About the Author

Dr. Donald Marks earned his dental degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. For three decades, he has combined his technical and artistic skills to offer his patients the absolute best in cosmetic dental care. Dr. Marks creates beautiful and functional smiles at his private practice, and he can be reached for more information or to schedule a visit through his website.

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