Northwest Arkansas Family Dental
Fayetteville, AR Dentist

Can Whiter Teeth Boost Your Confidence?

July 5, 2018
Posted By: Dr. Beth Bowen

Teeth whitening is one of the most sought-after dental procedures because it’s non-invasive and can improve your chances for success in your relationships and in the workplace. It’s simple; whiter teeth make you look better, but feeling better is really where it’s at! At Northwest Arkansas Family Dental, we aren’t just saying that either. Read on!

Success in the Workplace

Teeth become discolored for any number of reasons, and black coffee, tea, and wine are only a few of the culprits. Even some antibiotics taken long term can cause discoloration, and whiter teeth really do help you in the workplace. According to one comprehensive, three-part study, almost 60 percent of participants were deemed more likely to be hired for a job after dental whitening.

It’s about self-confidence; how likely are you to excel at work or even ask for a raise or promotion when you don’t feel good about yourself on the inside? Fortunately, at our Fayetteville dental office, our[TI1]  dentists use state-of-the-art technologies and products to ensure successful whitening. Just take a look at our awesome smile gallery!

Successful Relationships

Dating or maintaining personal relationships is difficult enough without the added nuisance of low self-esteem. With matters of the heart, you owe it to yourself to feel good and confident in the relationship. The same comprehensive, three-part study that noted career success after teeth whitening concluded that approximately 60 percent of participants were perceived as more outgoing on dates after dental whitening.

It really is about feeling good, which is the best way to showcase your most confident self to others. At our Fayetteville dental office, our dentists understand your desire to feel good about your smile.

To learn more about teeth whitening or other dental procedures in Fayetteville, AR, contact Northwest Arkansas Family Dental today!

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