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All the World Is a Stage, and Your Smile Is the Star | Sudbury MA Dentist

Posted by Janice Spada, D.M.D. on Fri, Feb 7, 2014 @ 04:40 PM

the world is a stage and your smile is the starWhen you think of a stage, do you envision movie sets, operas, or classical theater? At our Sudbury, MA dentist office, we think of those moments in life when we’re called upon to stand before others—making a presentation to clients, speaking in front of classmates, or even playing a part in a local stage production. Dr. Janice Spada asks: When the time comes to make an impression, what will your smile say about you?

Appearances Aren’t Everything, But…

Healthy, attractive teeth play an important role in building your confidence and self-esteem. When you don’t feel compelled to hide your teeth, you find yourself looking for—and finding—more things to smile about. Dr. Spada, a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, offers an array of services aimed at improving the color, shape, and alignment of your teeth:

  • Teeth whitening erases the unsightly effects of coffee, tobacco, and aging, which cause your teeth to appear dull, gray, or yellow. Our in-office teeth whitening produces incredible results in an hour or less, and our take-home kits provide gradual whitening while you curl up with a book or catch up on the day’s events.
  • For ultimate smile enhancement, Dr. Spada may recommend veneers. Our veneers require minimal preparation, and provide lasting coverage for stains, cracks, chips, and slight crookedness. The results are truly remarkable, which may explain why so many celebrities are fans of veneers.
  • If your teeth are crooked, unevenly spaced, or crowded, consider Invisalign invisible braces. Unlike traditional metal braces, your Invisalign aligner does not cause irritation to your gums and cheeks. The aligners offer dramatic results in a most subtle fashion.

A Brighter Smile for a Brighter Life

Consider the benefits of a positive self-image and its effects on your life. A recent CareerBuilder study reveals that 38% of hiring managers would think twice before hiring a candidate who doesn’t crack a smile during an interview. Frequent smiling has also been linked to promotions in the workplace. An article in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology reports that even the act of smiling can stimulate positive emotions. The results of multiple studies confirm that people who smile often are generally perceived as younger, more successful, and more approachable than those who keep their grin under wraps.

Ready for the spotlight? To request more information about cosmetic dentistry in the Boston area, contact our office at 978-443-3111. Dr. Janice Spada provides general and cosmetic dentistry to patients living in Hudson, Marlborough, Framingham, Worcester, and the surrounding communities. We also invite you to follow us on Facebook, where we share interesting, inspiring, and important news.

Topics: Dentist Sudbury MA, Healthy Smile, Oral Health

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