Cosmetic DentistryIn this day and age, most CEOs are not worried so much about their fine lines and wrinkles but instead, they are more interested in how their smile reflects who they are as a person. Executives of businesses, both women and men, are turning their focus to their teeth for professional reasons such as advancement and when looking for a new job.

One of the first things that someone sees when you interact with them is your mouth, smile, and inevitably your teeth or lack thereof. If you smile is attractive, the first impression gathered will be positive. On the other hand, if your smile is less than impressive, the first impression may be negative. If you have missing, stained, or crooked teeth incorrect assumptions may be made about your personality and your abilities.  Fortunately, Dr. Patty’s Dental Boutique and Spa can address sensitive these issues and help you take control of how others view you when you first meet.

Benefits of an Executive Smile Makeover

There are multiple benefits to receiving a smile makeover if you are applying for an executive position or trying to snag that promotion.

  1. A healthy mouth is one of the biggest benefits along with better overall health. This will communicate that you know how to and can take care of your own well being along with taking pride in your work, co-workers, customers, etc.
  2. Improving your self-confidence with your colleagues and customers or with the opposite sex is a great benefit (along with an improved sex life) as well.
  3. First impressions become more visually appealing with a smile makeover. We can fix any issues that you have with your smile and allow you to leave memorable first impressions with people in the business world (or even on first dates).
  4. An amazing smile can disarm even the worst people, which is a good thing in the executive world, right? This will work to your advantage since you will appear nicer and more approachable when you have straight, white teeth.

Dr. Patty’s Dental Boutique and Spa can help you snatch a great first impression from everyone you meet while increasing your self-assurance.

Does Your Smile Affect Your Life?

When asked what affects your job on a daily basis, your smile was one of the top responses that Forbes got from the population. While office politics was on the list, topping the list were superficial factors including your appearance. How you portray yourself on a daily basis can affect your career, regardless if you are a man or woman. Your smile is an influential part of how your appearance is perceived.

This means that your teeth, gums, and smile can ultimately affect your career. By having a smile that you are proud of, you will have the self-confidence that you need to succeed in the business world and cosmetic dentistry along with our skills at Dr. Patty’s Boutique and Spa can help make a huge difference.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentists, like those at Dr. Patty’s Boutique and Spa make sure to personalize each procedure around your individual needs. At our dental boutique, you can have a customized smile makeover. This is possible because of recent advancements in-

  • State-of-the-art dental technology
  • Dental technique
  • Smile design
  • Materials used

You can improve the way that people view you and how many people take to you by smiling but that won’t necessarily work if you are self-conscious about your teeth, gums, or mouth. If this sounds like you, you may want to consider treatments that can boost your confidence and self-esteem such as:

  • Permanent teeth whitening
  • Dental Veneers
  • Dental Crowns
  • Implants
  • Cosmetic Braces and/or Orthodontic Work

By investing in your mouth with cosmetic dentistry and our celebrity dentist, Dr. Patty, you will be investing in your future success, social life, and romantic life.

Breath is Important

People in the business world can overlook your crooked smile or a snaggletooth, it is pretty hard to ignore bad breath. If you suffer from bad breath (halitosis), people may begin avoiding you at work, find other co-workers to work alongside, begin to talk about you poorly behind your back, and they may feel that you don’t take pride in how you look to others. This can all begin to negatively impact the success in your professional life.

The causes of bad breath can be a variety of things such as:

  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Infected gums
  • Lack of dental cleanings
  • Foods you consume
  • Health issues

It is important that you identify the cause so that you can find a solution. You can begin by making sure that you brush your teeth twice a day, floss, use mouthwash, and drink lots of water. It’s important that you visit your dentist as soon as possible when you realize your breath is bad or someone else tells you that you have noticeable breath, be sure to make your appointment at Dr. Patty’s Dental Boutique and Spa right away. Don’t let your bad breath or less than perfect smile damage your reputation at work or ruin your social life or your love life.

IV Sedation for those who are nervous and have dental anxiety. Dental fear is one of the main reasons professionals who can afford to have dental care, but don’t do it.

The health and appearance of your smile will make the best impression everywhere that you go. You can improve your smile by contacting Dr. Patty’s Dental Boutique and Spa and scheduling a consultation today!

Complimentary consults are available by calling 954.524.2300.

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