24 Jan The Link Between Your Self-Confidence and Your Smile
A smile that lights up every room. A personality that radiates so brightly it lightens the mood of everyone around. Confidence in your work and your life. Are any of these benefits appealing to you? A smile you are happy to share can be the first step to increased self-confidence and even the encouragement you need to reach new goals.
The First Step to Self-Confidence
The initial step in your journey to self-confidence is increasing your wellness. What’s inside eventually shows up on the outside. You can start by living a healthier lifestyle and addressing important health concerns, including your dental health.
Our patients who have invested in their smiles have used this one change as a jumping off point for other, larger changes. One patient reports meeting long-anticipated weight-loss goals due to the increased confidence from his new smile. Another patient reports increased success at work because she smiled more.
We can’t promise any results beyond our dentistry skills, but we can tell you what our patients say restorative dentistry has done for them.
Restorative dentistry refers to treatments that restore missing or broken teeth. In addition to our various general dental services, Renew Dental offers a number of restorative dentistry options such as dental implants and prosthetics (dentures). Replacing missing or broken teeth comes with a variety of cosmetic benefits including restoring your smile and natural facial structure, as well as improving your speaking and eating abilities.
Restorative Dentistry Improves More Than Your Smile
Restorative dentistry is widely thought to be only cosmetically beneficial, but the fact is restoring your smile can also improve your overall dental health. When you replace missing or broken teeth, you also decrease your chances of developing infection, tooth decay and gum disease. Preventing infection and gum disease in your teeth and gums is crucial to your overall health because infection can spread to other areas of your body. Gum disease has also been linked to an increased chance in developing serious health conditions including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Learn more about health issues associated with gum disease here. In addition to reducing your chances of developing more oral problems, replacing missing teeth also restores your speaking and eating abilities thus restoring confidence in interacting with others.
Improving our patients’ dental and overall health is Renew Dental’s top priority. A healthy smile and healthy body improves all aspects of a patient’s life. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to restore missing or broken teeth, contact us today to request an appointment and we’ll get you on the path to feeling great inside and out.