Cosmetic Dentist in Beverly Hills - David S. Frey DDS

Do Straight Teeth Make You More Successful?

What is the first thing you notice about someone when you meet for the first time? Most people mention a facial feature and your smile gets a lot of attention on that first meeting. People with straight teeth are perceived as more successful according to a recent study by Kelton Research.
Over 1,000 Americans were surveyed by looking at images of people with straight teeth and crooked teeth. The people with the straight teeth were not only perceived as being more successful but also smarter and having a better dating life.
People perceived those images with straight teeth to be 45% more likely to get a job compared to an applicant with equal skills and experience but a crooked smile. People also thought that people with a straight, white smile were 58% more likely to be wealthy.
It seems we do judge a book by its cover and part of our “cover” that is remembered most is our smile.
Is a dingy, crooked smile holding you back from accomplishing the things you want in life? Just because you weren’t born with a beautiful, straight smile doesn’t mean you can’t have one now.
Cosmetic dentistry can give you the smile of your dreams without spending years in big silver braces.
Dental veneers and crowns can be used to reshape your smile and give you a new look in just a few hours. You will leave our office with your “trial smile” which are temporary restorations. Our lab will work its magic and you will return for your second visit in a few days and you will walk out with a smile that is lifelike, dazzling and just what you’ve always dreamed of.
Contact Dr. David Frey in Beverly Hills, CA today at 310-276-4537 to schedule a consultation. Find out how you can have the smile of your dreams today!

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