Friday, January 29, 2016

The Comfort of Smiling


 "Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, 
                                      but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy."
                                                                    -Thich Nhat Hanh-

There are people who see smiling as shortcomings. One positive gesture that makes a person’s weak. However, it is quite exceptional that to develop a better smile begins with the reality of smiling comfortably and naturally. Try thinking and imagine yourself going throughout the day and smiling lots to everyone and everything, then definitely that's the time happier life starts.

 I would admit it might be just a simple change or I would rather say a small transformation. After all, that was the great thing and most influential part... And that is to keep smiling more every day. Nonetheless, this reciprocity or interaction neither shows motivation nor purpose. Such scenario breeds confidence and assurance, making you feel happier thus, helps you live longer. Does this matter? Well, of course definitely, smiling will cause you less worries. This interaction leads the stress-induced hormones to decrease allowing that negative factors affecting your mental and physical health to break off.

Our goal is to influence beautiful smile and encourage patients regarding treatments for all kinds of aesthetic flaws and other related arguments. People who smiled the most have happier lives and had fewer issues. This will even makes anyone approachable. The most important is that cultural barriers has no chance to interpreting what smile means, for smiling have the same effect and meaning in every language.

Every smile is exclusive and therefore, unique. Whatever it is that makes you smile indeed, truly makes you happy. This is a sign of something you are passionate about. Even so, it has been our belief that happiness and passion go hand in hand, and altogether! This is the kind of couple that require each other. Make your smile be your well-known trademark. Something exclusively yours to be recognized by people whom you know and even those you don't even know.

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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Five New Year's Resolution for a Healthier Mouth


Happy New Year! Well we made it through another year, the holidays are now behind us and perhaps like many you’ve made some promises to yourself to make some changes in your life for 2016. However like so many we make New Year's resolutions, but not many of us are not likely to follow through. Turning over a new leaf in the New Year can be difficult as old habits can be hard to break, but finding a way to stick with it is important when that new leaf benefits your health.

If you want to take better care when looking after your teeth and gums this year, these five resolutions can keep you on track:

1.  Schedule a Dental Appointment

If it's been a while since you've seen a dentist, you're not alone, about one third of people don't see a dentist yearly. But booking this appointment is one of the most important things you can do when looking after your teeth. Issues such as sensitivity in the teeth or bleeding gums – are sure signs that it's time to see a dentist. Even if your teeth look and feel fine, enter a reminder in your phone or calendar so that you can call your dentist in January for an appointment.

To make the process of scheduling visits easier, we book your next one before you leave our office.
2.  Commit to Floss Like A Boss

Brushing your teeth twice a day isn't enough to stop plaque from building up on your teeth, or to completely remove bits of food from your mouth. To take the best care of your teeth, you need to floss too. If you're not in the habit of flossing, the New Year is a great time to start.

One way to make it easier to remember is putting a container of floss on top of or directly next to your toothpaste. Position the container so that you have to touch it when getting your toothpaste. Stash another container of floss in your bag or desk drawer at work, so that you can floss on the go if you forget to do it at home.
3.  Cut Back on Sugar

A study published in in September 2014 confirmed a direct link between the amounts of sugar a person eats and the amount of tooth decay he has. Cutting back on sugar can cut your risk for tooth decay considerably.......

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