“Smile and the whole world smiles with you.”
At first glance, it is easy to dismiss this adage as wishful thinking, but these words hold true, especially in a world that idolises a perfect smile. If your teeth are in good shape, you might not appreciate or even understand the weight of the old saying.
On the other hand, people grappling with less than perfect teeth bear the full brunt. Studies show that individual with teeth anomalies often feels insecure about their appearances, leading them to have a low self-esteem.
Do not put up with cruel names
It is only natural to smile when you are happy, or even meeting someone for the first time. Now imagine if smiled at someone, but instead of returning your smile they stare at your teeth in shocked horror. In addition to ruining your day, such an occurrence would leave you scarred for life.
While it might seem cruel and unusual, such situations are rife in a society that is obsessed with the perfect or movie star smile. Having a set of bad teeth can make you an object of ridicule at school or even in the workplace.
Compared to “Paul with the perfect teeth,” “Paul with crooked teeth” can put a dent in your confidence level.
Do not grit your teeth and bear it
While your genes may have played you a cruel hand, you do not have to put up with such cruel labels all your life. Thanks to modern dental technology, a dentist can remedy such shortcoming with incredible efficiency.
Traditionally, wire braces, another source of taunts and insults, were the go to solution for teeth alignment. Not any more. Following the introduction of invisible braces here in the UK, you now have a discrete yet effective way to fix your teeth anomalies.
These custom made braces offer you a rare peace of mind while providing you solution that lasts you for a lifetime.
Putting up with insults and taunts about your imperfect teeth can considerably wear you down and dent your confidence levels. Thankfully, a quick trip to the dentist can provide you with an effective yet discrete way to fix such anomalies.