A Winning Smile Could Be the Key to Your Success and Health
Get Your Winning Smile at Sky Ortho
Winning smile? It’s the ticket to a healthy successful future. There is no time like the present to stop frowning and light up your future with a winning smile from Sky Ortho. Thanks to the latest technology and 0% financing, Sky Ortho is doing everything possible to ensure that no one in Oklahoma City, Shawnee or surrounding communities must go without a perfect smile. Whether you need dental alignment or restoration, no matter your age, Dr. Priscilla Larson and Dr. Ryan Fitzgerald are ready to help you have the smile of your dreams.
University Studies Support the Importance of a Winning Smile
Why is a winning smile important? No matter what the nature of our interactions, we are initially judged by our smile. Numerous studies have demonstrated the importance of a winning smile in social, romantic, career, and political pursuits. Subconsciously, we know this. As a result, many of us, especially teens, feel self-conscious about chipped, stained, missing, or miss-aligned teeth.
Crooked or discolored teeth might prevent you from smiling freely or cause you to put a hand over your mouth when you laugh. If you’d like to improve your smile and make it shine, Dr. Larson or Dr. Fitzgerald can help you achieve your goals.
When it comes to improving your smile, the options are nearly endless. From teeth whitening to alignment and braces, whatever you dream for your smile, your orthodontist can make a reality.
A Winning Smile Will Improve Your Health
When our teeth and gums are healthier, we have fewer dental infections, plus our risk for diabetes, heart disease, and respiratory disease are also lower.
When our teeth are misaligned, plaque, and gum disease form. Bacteria from your mouth can travel through the bloodstream to the organs in your body, including brain tissue, muscles, and joints, resulting in inflammation. As the inflammation grows, your body produces cholesterol to form a wall against inflammation. Cholesterol, also known as plaque, in the organs and blood vessels can result in long-term health issues.
The leading cause of heart disease, diabetes, kidney, and liver problems is gum disease. Gum disease also links to cancer. Consequently, the US Office of Women’s Health, stated that breast cancer was more prevalent among women with gum disease.
The Financial Benefits of a Healthy Smile
There are few investments that will have a better long-term return than the investment you make in your smile. It saves you on medical costs over the years and improves your longevity. Therefore, it improves your earning potential. Plus, studies have shown that candidates with a healthier smile will land the better accounts, get the best job offers, get elected over other candidates, sell faster than competitors, and get more promotions at work. In general, a healthy smile boosts your confidence, and that improves your performance.