Did you know that your emotional wellbeing affects your physical health? Smiling may not be as intense as a 30-minute workout, but it can make an equally major impact on your self esteem. The Science Behind Smiling
When you smile, it releases endorphins, which can help you actually feel happier (even if your smile was fake!) and more self-confident. This can start a domino effect where other people feel happier when around you as well.
Studies have shown that being smiled at is a ...Read more
Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, so you should feel confident in showing it off! Don’t be one of the many people who report hiding their smile because they’re embarrassed about their stained teeth.
Along with the variety of preventive and cosmetic treatments we provide at White Settlement Family Dentistry, we offer in-house professional teeth whitening treatments, including ZOOM® in-office whitening by Discus Dental and Opalescence® whitening by Ultradent. These safe, customized treatments can give you ...Read more
You know those people with the perfect smiles? The smiles that perfectly show their joy or kindness or compassion? That wide open, unabashed smile? That can be your smile, too. Looking for That Perfect Smile You take excellent care of your teeth, brushing and flossing by the book. You make sure to schedule, and keep, your routine dental cleaning every six months. You've even taken to drinking your coffee through a straw, hoping to keep your teeth whiter. One thing that you can't change ...Read more
Dental implants are one of the best solutions for people with missing teeth or teeth that can’t be fixed by a crown or root canal. While sometimes we expect our teeth to last our entire lifetimes, genetics can prevent us from being able to keep our natural teeth. When our teeth crack and break, we need to replace them as our smile does more than just make us look good. Tooth loss makes it harder for us to eat and chew and ...Read more
Few people are blessed with perfectly aligned teeth on both their top and bottom jaws—especially those front teeth that everyone sees when you smile. Crooked front teeth are one of the most common cosmetic changes that people seek, and unfortunately, most people have no control over their teeth alignment. But this kind of misalignment, called malocclusion, is not only a cosmetic issue: many forms of malocclusion can lead to greater oral health problems. Because crooked teeth often overlap, they tend to be ...Read more