A single smile can make a difference in the world. It’s one of the easiest ways we use to transmit our feelings. According to research, it releases endorphins, helps our muscles to relax and reduces tension in our bodies. But sometimes we don’t like how our smile looks due to poor dental health, and thus we try to hide or cover it. Often, this isn’t something that braces or a visit to the orthodontist can’t fix.
Every joint in the human body is designed to move in a specific way, and the jaw joint is no exception. As such, you will experience discomfort, pain and other issues when a joint fails to move as it should. Since the TMJ (jaw joint) is one of the most complex and hardest working joints in the human body, a misaligned jaw is usually a major cause for concern. Incorrect jaw alignment is when the top and bottom teeth are not aligned. The result of which they do not meet comfortably. Besides being uncomfortable and extremely painful in some cases, misaligned jaws can have adverse effects on your dental health.
Orthodontic treatment is something that generally takes several years depending on the treatment options that a patient has decided to go with. Braces aren’t something that can be rushed and getting the perfect smile takes time, but technology is also changing and making the process of receiving the perfect smile is a much faster process than ever before.
Have you ever heard the expression, “you’re never fully dressed without a smile”? You invest hundreds of dollars in what you wear each day, but the most important thing you will ever wear is your smile. Everyone Deserves a Proud Smile.
Did you know that giving to others can make us happier? Generosity is linked to reward mechanisms in our brain that make us feel good. Giving also increases our sense of connectedness to others and contributes to happier, safer communities.