I never get tired of smiling. I’m just the kind of guy who likes to smile. – Jason Ritter

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Smiling is a way of communicating that crosses all language barriers. A smile can put someone at ease, relieve their fears, and make them feel safe and welcome even if they have no idea how to speak your language. People who smile often are generally more well-liked and trusted than those that carry themselves with a reserved atmosphere. Except in very specific situations, there is no time when a smile isn’t appropriate or can’t improve the situation.

Benefits of Smiling

Smiling can actually improve your mood, as well. Believe it or not, when you’re feeling sad or depressed, simply smiling is enough to make you feel better. It triggers the brain to release endorphins, chemicals that improve your mood and give you a boost of energy. Forcing yourself to smile even when you don’t feel like it will actually make you want to smile.

The next time you find yourself in a tough spot — maybe you’re nervous before meeting someone new, or you have to give a presentation at work — try smiling to yourself. It doesn’t need to be a big smile, just enough to make you feel happy.

However, many people are afraid to smile. Their teeth may be crooked or stained. They may need braces, but be afraid to consult with an orthodontist. Luckily for them, there are a number of options that can help with their treatment. Nalchajian Orthodontics can provide a number of ways of correcting problems within the mouth, from Invisalign treatments to clear braces. You can correct your smile without anyone knowing you’ve gone for treatment. Speak with your orthodontist about possible options.

If you don’t have an orthodontist, Nalchajian Orthodontics would be happy to be yours. Give us a call or stop by the office for a consultation and to find out whether you qualify for Invisalign treatment.

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