It’s that time of year again. Time to set your New Year’s Resolution. You might have downloaded an app to help you fulfill yours, like a mindfulness app or fitness app. Or you might be rolling your eyes at setting a resolution. Either way, it can’t hurt to make your smile your New Year’s Resolution. In fact, it could hurt you not to.
Here are five reasons it can pay off for you to focus on your smile this year.
- You can save a lot of money. Keeping up with daily brushing and flossing at home takes little time and money to prevent dental problems that require treatment. The same is true with routine checkups, which help us catch problems before they even become problems or when we can treat them in the least expensive, least invasive way. New patients get their first checkup for just $99. We also file your insurance for you. Most plans pay for two checkups a year.
- You can boost your confidence. White, full smiles can make you proud to smile. Some people don’t even go beyond their comfort zone to talk to others because they don’t like their smile and are afraid of being judged. If you can smile freely, you can feel confident around anyone, whether a romantic interest or a potential employer.
- You can look younger. One reason many celebrities look younger than their age is because they have flawless, white smiles. The best part is, you don’t have to undergo any permanent cosmetic surgery to make a difference in how old you look. Knock years off indefinitely with our $99 Whitening for Life! Replacing teeth can make you look younger, too, both by filling gaps and by restoring structure and fullness to your jawline and cheeks.
- You can feel better about your oral health. If you keep up with your teeth at home and at our office, you don’t have to stress over potential dental health issues. Getting a clean bill of oral health will ease anxiety. Avoiding the dentist can add to anxiety and lead to emergency treatment that costs more pain, money, and distress.
- You can improve your overall health. Preventing cavities and gum disease can reduce your risk for systemic inflammation and diabetes complications. Getting a sleep appliance can lower your risk for heart attack and high blood pressure. Treating TMJ disorder can knock out chronic headaches for good.
Your New Year’s resolution might give you results in as little as one visit! To get started on your best smile, call Wilton Dental Associates today at 203-293-2086. You can also request an appointment online.