However, not everybody is blessed with a blinding set of teeth. Irregular growth, discolored or decayed teeth inhibit people, darken their mood and force them to refrain from smiling.
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) December 30, 2012
Dr. Sherri Worth, renowned cosmetic and reconstructive dentist in Newport Beach back in October started to post on their newly created blog called The Smile Scoop, promising interesting dentistry related posts.
“The Center for Reconstructive Dentistry already had a blog,” says Dr. Worth. “A blog about how shall I put it…concrete dentistry facts. We wanted something more, to dig deeper.”
The Smile Scoop has indeed interesting posts about subjects that are related to dentistry but not only that. These posts offer the opportunity to learn how people who have constant problem with their teeth feel… and how a natural impulse like a smile can be hard when you lack oral health.
Quoting from Dr. Worth’s post from October the 5th, A Healthy Smile for a Healthier Life:
“However, not everybody is blessed with a blinding set of teeth. Irregular growth, discolored or decayed teeth inhibit people, darken their mood and force them to refrain from smiling. A waste and a pity, especially since nowadays dental technology is able to produce incredible smile makeovers!”
Dr. Worth talks about the obvious benefits of smiling. Did you know that smile and laughter are able to boost the immune system? Or that smiling relieves stress? Furthermore, smiling lowers blood pressure, releases serotonin and endorphins.
Dr. Worth also posted about how healthy teeth impact self-image, how oral health promotes laughter. Quoting from another post:
”Communication and empathy are so much easier when people share a good laugh. However, only people with good oral health are confident enough and have the inner freedom it takes to laugh readily and easily in the presence of others.”
About Dr. Sherri Worth
Dr. Sherri Worth serves as a cosmetic and reconstructive dentist in Newport Beach. She graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles. Dr. Worth received advanced education in general dentistry at the UCLA Center for Esthetic Dentistry.