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How Straight Teeth Can Improve Life

September 27, 2018

Having straight teeth gives you more benefits than just cosmetic ones. Here are some benefits of having great and straight teeth!

1) Higher Self Esteem

Increased self-confidence is definitely the biggest benefit when it comes to having beautiful smile. Increased self-confidence affects every aspect of life. It allows more ease in social situations, and a higher likelihood of success in school and work.

2) Less Cavities

Crooked or overlapping teeth (crowded teeth) are hard to clean when brushing and flossing. The food particles that cause plaque and cavities get caught in a lot of places in crooked teeth that cannot be reached. When teeth are straight and properly aligned, however, food bits lose their hiding places and can be more easily brushed and flossed away.

3) Clear speech

Crooked teeth can cause speech impediments which can greatly impact a person’s self-confidence, school experience, or work performance. This also helps provide better communication in social situations as people can understand you easier.

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4) Better Digestion

Teeth that aren't aligned correctly can affect chewing. Not chewing food properly causes digestive problems because more digestion has to be done in the stomach or intestines. This can lead to not getting full nutrition from your food, indigestion, and more frequent gas.

5) Less Accidents Impacting Teeth

It’s much more common for protruding teeth to get damaged or even knocked out in accidents. Even using sports-related mouth guards may not help─they usually won’t fit properly for protection without straight teeth.

6) Less Headaches

Crowded or crooked teeth wear unevenly. This causes jaw stress which leads to frequent headaches.

7) Better gum health

Straight teeth are easier to keep clean, and clean teeth keep gums healthy. On the other hand, crooked or crowded teeth are hard to clean, and the resulting tooth decay leads to gum disease. This is important, because gum disease often leads to tooth loss in later stages in life.

8) Saves money long-term

Straight teeth have fewer serious dental problems later in life than crooked teeth. Less dental problems down the road means less money spent at the dentist.

9) More Comfort

Crooked teeth can push against soft tissues in the mouth causing cuts, sores, and infections. Overall, it's more comfortable to have straight teeth that don't poke the insides of your mouth.

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10) Better Job Prospects

It’s no secret that appearance makes a big difference in the ability to get hired. Your smile is one of the main features that contributes to that. It’s been shown that people with a straight smile are much more likely to get hired over someone with the same qualifications, but a crooked smile.

11) Better Overall health

It’s surprising but true. Straight teeth are easier to keep clean which means less tooth decay. Anything you can do to eliminate tooth decay is good for your health. Tooth decay leads to gum disease which is linked to heart disease, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis, among other serious health problems.

12) More Smiling

Finally, here’s the obvious one─having a great smile. If you have a more attractive smile, you’re just likely to smile more. And when you smile, you stimulate nerves in your face that help you actually feel happier. Numerous studies have found that having a better looking smile increases the amount you smile. More smiling leads to lower stress─that’s one awesome benefit!

Right now, Smilelove has just launched in Canada and they provide invisible aligners/clear braces to straighten teeth for 70% less than dentists and orthodontists. They have doctors that look at each case, and then send all of your aligners at once! No appointments, no dental visits, and a better smile.

For those interested, here's their link. They have a free smile assessment to see if you're right for the service and provide a 100% money back guarantee if you don't like your teeth preview.

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