Can smiling help you live seven years longer? Researchers at Wayne University studied old photographs of baseball players to see. According to their results, non-smiling players lived an average of seventy-three years, while those who smiled a little bit added two years to the average. Players who flashed a teeth-filled, wide smile lived an average of eighty years.
Do you hide your smile because you are missing one or more teeth? You are not alone. Studies say that two-thirds of adults find themselves in the same situation. Missing teeth not only impacts your self-confidence and overall appearance, but can also lead to jawbone loss and other serious health issues over time.
The holiday season has arrived. Houses light up the night sky. Sales offers fill our mailboxes. Seasonal songs greet us everywhere we go. For most, the holidays provide a special time for families to gather and gifts to be shared. We laugh, play games, maybe argue a little bit, but we always have food. Family buffets rich with sweets and meats and casseroles and treats.
Do you know someone with a beautifully white smile? Then you know a remarkable smile is hard to forget. It creates a powerful and lasting impression. But achieving and maintaining white teeth can be a challenge. Even with daily brushing, dark liquids like coffee, tea, soda, and certain foods tend to stain teeth and dull smiles. As your smile loses its brightness, its charm diminishes.
Have you ever wanted to look younger? Studies reveal that a younger appearance builds confidence, makes us feel better about ourselves, and tends to lead to more success in life and relationships. What if you could look younger without surgery?
If you’ve heard about the benefits and advantages of Invisalign’s clear aligners, you may be wondering if you are a good candidate for this popular orthodontic treatment.
Is it possible to achieve beautifully straight teeth without traditional wire braces? Yes. Welcome to modern orthodontic treatment with Invisalign®. It’s not magic. It’s science in action.
Did you know the average American sees their dentist more often than their physician? Dental practices have become the first line of defense for catching oral cancer early. With Dr. Whitlock and his team, your health is our primary focus.
Soon we will be joining with friends and family to celebrate the joys and sorrows of 2016 as we usher in the start of 2017. As the New Year begins, your dental insurance policy also starts anew.