by | Aug 27, 2015 | Smile Quote, Team Demas Orthodontics
“Have you made someone smile today?” – Debasish Mridha
It’s true that smiling and laughing are infectious. People can’t help but to laugh and smile back. People who smile are said to be friendlier. They are more easily approached. Women who smile are generally considered more attractive to others, and smiling can help people to get promotions at work. There is a lot that goes into a smile. For some people, smiling can be difficult to do if their teeth are less than perfect. Luckily, orthodontists can help to correct a less than perfect smile.
by | Aug 20, 2015 | Smile Quote, Team Demas Orthodontics
“Smile is the vainest thing you can wear without costing you anything.”
What is something you can wear every day that doesn’t cost you a thing, can light up a room and portray your beauty like no other? We are not asking about your engagement rings, ladies. Can you name it? Well, if you guessed that the answer was to wear your smile, then you guessed correctly. Your smile is free and smiling can enhance the beauty one exhilarates immensely. So, since that smile of yours is a built-in accessory that can be worn every day with virtually anything, wouldn’t you want to make sure you have a beautiful white smile?
by | Aug 18, 2015 | General Articles, Invisalign, Invisalign Teen, Smile Quote, Team Demas Orthodontics
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Have you ever looked in a mirror and disliked the way that your teeth looked? They might be crooked, or one tooth might be overlapping another. You might have an overbite that affects the way you talk or eat. One way that you can correct these issues in the mouth is to visit a specialist who installs orthodontic braces in Southington. Most people who wear braces only have them on for a few short years. When the braces come off, you are left with a dazzling smile that will make you proud to show to others.
by | Aug 13, 2015 | Smile Quote, Team Demas Orthodontics
Smile to be Beautiful
Living your life with a smile is better than constantly frowning because smiling makes you happier. Researchers have conducted tests on people to understand how smiling leads to a release of chemicals in the body that travel to the brain to make someone feel better. Apparently, when the nerves near the mouth cause muscles to curve the lips into a smile, it leads to the release of these beneficial hormones. A large smile that involves changing the appearance of the entire face is better for your health than a small smile.
by | Aug 6, 2015 | Smile Quote, Team Demas Orthodontics
Did you know that several surveys show that men are attracted to women who wear 40 percent less makeup than women think they need? This should tell you that women are beautiful as they are. Maybe it’s the smoky-grey eyes, the little button nose, or better yet, the confident but playful smile a woman can put on without a makeup brush or liner in sight.