Smile with All Your Heart

 

Beecroft4-July2015

“If you feel happy, smile with all your heart. If you’re down, smile with all your might.” – Paul Ian Guillermo

A smile accents your best facial features and lets your personality shine through. Everyone loves seeing a pleasant expression on the faces of those they meet and work with. While some people are born with a beautiful smile, others are not so fortunate. Their teeth may be twisted or tilted. There may be gaps due to lost teeth. Sometimes, a person’s teeth are yellow. Those who lack a lovely smile may lack confidence in their appearance and smile less than they otherwise would, feeling that others will judge them as unattractive. Here are a few thoughts to keep in mind.

When you’re happy, share your joy with others through smiling. Let people know that you are smiling from the heart, and they will smile with you.

Keep Smiling

When life gets rough, keep on smiling. Don’t give up! Even if your smile isn’t quite as wide as when you’re happy, you will still feel better by smiling, and you will make others feel better, too. Research shows that the muscles used to smile actually tap the nerve centers in the brain to make us feel better, so even when life is uncertain, continue to smile and you will be all right.

Smile with All Your Might

Times get tough for everyone sometimes. When you’re having a bad day, smile anyway. Use your force of will to put a smile on your face, and you will automatically begin to feel better. Life will look rosier. Others will notice and be uplifted as well.

Every smile is beautiful, no matter who executes it. To optimize your smile, consult an orthodontist to discuss a treatment plan for addressing any misalignment issue. With proper treatment, your teeth will look their absolute best, boosting your overall appearance and your confidence.

Beecroft Orthodontics – 10472 Georgetown Dr, Fredericksburg, VA22553 Phone: 540 898 2200

Smile with All Your Heart

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