From Interviews to Raises: Your Most Important Tool is Your Smile
Smile, Your Job May Depend On It
A recent study, from Kelton Research, found that 73% of Americans indicated that they were more likely to trust someone with a straight, white smile over someone with a crooked or yellow one.
When potential employers notice bad teeth, which are pretty impossible to hide, they often make assumptions about you as a person. A common assumption employers have when they notice poor oral hygiene is that you don’t care about your appearance. This may lead them to question why you would care about you job if you don’t care about your own appearance.
A study from Penn State University found that people who smile appear to be more reliable, courteous, and even competent. This is reason enough for you to smile at every person you may want to to be your next employer!
Confidence Is Key
Now, let’s address the confidence factor. When you talk and smile confidently, potential employers are more engaged in what you are saying, and more confident in your abilities. We want to help you gain that confidence and beautiful smile you deserve and with the help of restorative dentistry we can.
Getting Your Smile Interview Ready With Restorative Dentistry
The ways we can improve your smile with restorative dentistry include full mouth reconstruction, dental crowns, dental bridges, and/or dental implants. What does all of that mean? Well, for one it means a beautiful smile that will aid in you landing your dream job, but we’ll break it down for you.
- Full Mouth Reconstruction: Mouth reconstruction is a process that involves rebuilding and restoring all of the teeth. This procedures combines dental crowns, bridges, and porcelain veneers to create one beautiful smile.
- Dental Crowns: This is a restorative option that preserves, protects, and rebuilds your natural tooth. Crowns fit directly over a tooth following treatment for damage or decay.
- Dental Bridges: A bridge fills a gap left in your smile resulting from loss of a tooth. A bridge can restore the balance of your bite, your ability to chew, and gives a natural appearance so nobody but you will know!
- Dental Implants: These are the best choice when it comes to restoring missing teeth. They are stable and provide maximum functionality. Dental implants mimic natural tooth roots and support crowns as well as dentures.
If you are feeling less than thrilled with your smile, don’t let that hold you back from getting the job you’ve always wanted. Contact Dr. Newman today for your consultation on getting the smile to build a career on!