What could GlamSmile do for your social life?
Appear more confident
People who appear more self-confident and proud of their appearance and their smile are a social magnet.
A smile is a powerful social and psychological signal to others, which promotes trust and cooperation. People who aren’t afraid to show their teeth when they smile appear happier, friendlier and more genuine.
Careful… a smile is contagious!
The best thing to spread to the people around you is a smile! Around 50% of people will respond to a smile by smiling back. Have you noticed you smile more around children? On average, they smile around 400 times per day! Happier people smile around 40 to 50 times a day, whereas the average person only does so around 20 times.
Smile more. Smile often
Your smile might tell you something about your future… The famous “yearbook study” followed up the lives of women who had the best smiles in their yearbook photo and compared them to their classmates, finding they led happier lives, had better marriages and experienced less setbacks.
Source: Huffington Post (2013)
What could GlamSmile do for your job & career?
The power of a smile
Rick Wilson PhD in his study of ‘fiscal attraction’, found a correlation between good looks, smiling and success; with attractiveness positively relating to perceived levels of intelligence, trust and leadership capability. People with better smiles were also more trustworthy, and likely to be successful in loan applications. Source: Business Insider (2011)
Investing in a smile really pays off
Someone with a confident smile is likely to earn more money through tips and promotions than their straight-faced colleagues, and those with better smiles tend to earn higher wages too.
Smile your way to success
Research has supported the theory of a smile being a psychological signal for cooperativeness, finding a smile has significant assisting value when bargaining, negotiating and interacting with strangers. Source: Scharlwmann et al (2001)
Get noticed, get ahead
A white, straight and balanced smile will gain positive attention and respect, giving that extra edge over another candidate for a position or promotion.
What could GlamSmile do for your love life?
A smile is sexy!
A person who appears confident and smiling is more attractive. Men are more likely to approach a woman who smiles at him rather than just makes eye contact.
A smile naturally lifts the face, making people appear years younger, studies have shown.
We shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but…
71% of women judge a man by his teeth, whilst 58% of men judge a woman based on her’s. The smile of both sexes took priority over grammar, clothes, hair, hands and tattoos. Source: ABC News, Daily Mail (2013)
It’s just our nature
A university study found that proportionately spaced and white smiles make people seem more attractive, with researchers describing teeth as “the human equivalent of a peacock’s tail”. A healthy looking smile is a sign of good health and good genetics, assisting in mate selection. Source: Daily Mail (2012)
What could GlamSmile do for your health & wellbeing?
Happy smile, happy mind!
Healthy and strong teeth give us a better quality of life. Smiling reduces stress, leading to better mood by releasing endorphins into the brain, making you feel happier.
Smiling boosts your immune system: A smile initiates relaxation in the body, relieving stress and tension, allowing the immune system to do its job more effectively.
When you are proud of your smile,
you care for your teeth.
People who are not happy with their teeth tend not to care as well for them, leading to a cycle of neglect, where dental health continues to worsen as dissatisfaction increases. This can lead to costly future treatment, decreased mood or confidence, and even depression.
A university study found that people with wide, happy smiles often live an extra 5 – 8 years longer compared to people who don’t! Whereas people who smiled with their mouth closed only gained around 3 extra years. Source: Abel & Kruger, 2010
Healthy smile, healthy heart?
The link between oral health, plaque in the arteries and heart disease is showing up in more and more studies. Be proud of your smile and take care of your teeth. Source: C. Paddock PhD (2013)
Research is showing poor dental health has links to a wide range of other health problems, including Alzheimer’s disease, pancreatic cancer, respiratory infection and rheumatoid arthritis. Source: V Grassi (2012), Whiteman (2013)
What else could GlamSmile do for you?
A beautiful smile says a lot. If you would like to discover just how affordable a smile makeover from GlamSmile can be, simply call your nearest GlamSmile certified dentist on 1300 452 676