Simple teeth tips to a stellar smile

We all know why smiling can be so important; a proven mood shifter and overall confidence booster — even fake smiling can positively impact our mood — but the power in such a gesture is more apparent than ever before.

The pandemic has led us to experience how we communicate in a whole new way.

A smile and a laugh can light up a home office environment and make FaceTiming with loved ones a memorable experience. When masked, an extra squint from your eyes can show someone you care, and when you have the chance to unveil, there is comfort in being able to openly communicate and express yourself, again, to those around you.

Our realities have shifted, but the power in the simple smile hasn’t.

The consensus: smile; the world needs it.

We worked with Dr Alex Foo at Aria Dental to create some tips to maintain your smile because cracking one can go far beyond the act itself, and you want to feel confident when doing it.

Drinking Water After a Meal

According to the experts, washing down your snacks or meal with some water could help reduce decay – especially if you like chocolate, sweets and fizzy drinks – and even help reduce stains.

Annual Visits to the Dentist

You’ll want to keep tabs on the health of your teeth. You should aim to visit your dentist annually. Going for a yearly scale and clean will keep your teeth and gums nice, white and fresh, and if you have private health insurance, this is often free!

Don’t Jump Straight Into The Deep End

One of the most popular reasons for smile improvement treatments is misaligned teeth.

According to Dr Foo, misinformed people will often jump straight into the deep end and pay for expensive porcelain veneers, but a realignment can dramatically change overall symmetry. Invisalign, for example, can be an effective option: a series of custom-fit clear plastic trays that are designed to slowly straighten your teeth while you maintain your regular lifestyle.

Improving Your Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr Foo said once your teeth are straight and healthy, you are 95% there.

If you want to physically improve the appearance of your teeth further, cosmetic dentistry could help you achieve your desired smile.

It’s important to evaluate the big picture, seek professional advice and be open to all cosmetic dentistry options presented.

Options may include teeth whitening, veneers or cosmetic bonding.

Cosmetic bonding can be used to enhance the shape and/or colour of a tooth. It’s far more economical than veneers, gives you a highly aesthetic result and can be completed in one visit.

Perfect for those chipped or out of shape or discoloured teeth.

THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS ‘ONE SIZE FITS ALL

When it comes to working on your smile, do not rely on social media; do your homework!

It’s best to see an expert dentist and not hesitate to seek a second opinion. It can take thousands of dollars and years to repair if you get it wrong.

And remember, your teeth aren’t pearly until you smile!

Your smile is a powerful tool in life, and Aria Dental is the cosmetic dental expert in Perth. They offer individuals smile makeovers, including their non-disruptive Invisalign treatment to help straighten your teeth. If you’d like to feel more confident about your smile, visit Aria Dental.

Read the article on perthnow.com.au

Disclaimer: This is general information of a medical nature supplied by a third party and is not medical advice. For medical advice specific to your needs, please see your medical practitioner

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