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Poor Oral Health Can Damage Your Personal and Professional Relationships
Posted on 9/7/2020 by Office
Poor Oral Health Can Damage Your Personal and Professional RelationshipsThe last thing people want to see is a crooked and discolored smile, or smile that features gaps and broken or chipped teeth. Your smile can make people feel positive or it can lower their opinion of you. If you don't' take good care of your teeth, you can also develop halitosis, which will definitely turn people away from you. If you want to meet someone special or move up in your career, it is also important to take care of your smile.

What You Can Do to Improve Your Smile


To give your smile extra vibrancy, you may want to schedule a professional in-office whitening. According to surveys, many people would like to have whiter teeth. If you are one of these people, you can greatly improve your smile with this cosmetic treatment. However, you have to get down to basics first. No amount of whitening will do you any good if you don't practice routine dental care. Floss at least once a day and brush your teeth at least twice daily. Make sure you brush along the gum line and never to and fro. You should spend about two minutes brushing and cleaning your teeth when using this approach.

Why a Poor Smile Can Affect You Personally and Professionally


If you don't practice routine dental care and don't repair chips or cracks, you can lose that dream job or hurt your chances for developing a closer relationship. Taking care of your smile is paramount to being well received in your job and personally. When you neglect your dental health, people may wonder what other areas in your life you may also be neglecting. Plus, making a conscientious effort to preserve or improve your smile will also support better overall health.

If you have not been to see us in a while, now is the time to make an appointment. You can reach us by phone or online. We are committed to ongoing dental care and to giving you a smile that wins people over in your personal and professional life.

Reich Dental Center


Robin Reich, DDS | Stacey Wingad, DMD | Megan Reich Rihan, DMD
Kristin Cooney, DMD | Lauren Hughes, DMD

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