Your smile is the most striking part of your face. Look in the mirror. Do you like your smile now? Can your smile be improved?
Think about how you react to someone with a pretty smile. Do you find them more attractive? Will you be more attractive with an appealing smile?
Orthodontic treatment will make your smile look fabulous. The fabulous smile will last for the rest of your life. Think about how a fabulous smile will improve your life. Orthodontic treatment will also make your face look delightful. Wouldn't a delightful face be wonderful?
Braces are one of the things you can do for your kids to insure their health throughout their lifetime. Surveys have indicated that people who have had braces look better and feel better about themselves. They live longer and have a statistically lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
Braces are not only for kids. Presently, 20% of the orthodontic patients are over 18; people as old as 60 have had successful orthodontic treatment.
Tom Cruise, Isaac Hanson, Jennifer Elise Cox, one of the stars of the Brady Bunch, and Canadian rock star EMJAY, have had braces within the last year. Gwen Stephani from the band no doubt wears braces occasionally because the make her feel young. Many other famous people have had braces.
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that every child get an orthodontic screening no later than age 7. Orthodontists can spot subtle problems with jaw growth and emerging teeth, even while some baby teeth are present. A screening may tell parents whether or not a problem is developing.
In most cases, orthodontic work is not started right away. But, many orthodontic problems are easier to correct if detected early rather than waiting until jaw growth has slowed. Early treatment may mean a patient will avoid surgery or other serious corrections later in life.
Orthodontic treatment can improve your dental health and change your facial appearance for the better, and it can boost your self-esteem. It can provide you with the chance to participate in improving the way you look. Patients often feel more self-confident even before treatment is completed.