5 Reasons Smiling Is Good For Your Health

  1. Smiling boosts your immune system. Your body relaxes when you smile, and relaxation directly contributes to better health.
  1. Smiling relieves stress. Endorphins are released immediately when you smile – even if the smile is forced.
  1. It’s easier to smile than frown. Science shows that more muscles are used to frown than to smile.
  1. Smiling may lead to a job promotion. People who smile more often are considered more confident which leads to employers thinking you believe in yourself.
  1. Smiling is attractive. Research shows that smiling is considered to improve a woman’s looks a lot more effectively than make-up does.


Encouraging news for people who have a good smile, but some people feel that their smile is not attractive, and avoid smiling or suppress their grins.

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Common insecurities around smiling come from excessive gum exposure, or too little teeth exposure. People who live with these insecurities may assume that correcting these issues is costly and invasive.

There is, in fact, a very simple and pain-free method of correcting these problems. The overly gummy smile can be corrected by introducing a neuromodulator which will reduce the strength of the muscle that lifts the upper lip. This is a non-surgical procedure and the results are almost immediate.

For people who feel their teeth are too small and that their grin lacks that toothy-appeal, a dentist can eliminate the excessive soft tissue covering the teeth. This method relies on the emission of micro-beams of plasma through the revolutionary Plexr™ device.

The efficiency, professionalism and approachability of the dental technicians at The Cosmetic and Dental Emporium will make improving your smile straightforward and painless.

There are seven sites nationwide, which is good news for South African residents, but equally good news for people wanting a holiday in South Africa. Getting world class dental treatment using foreign currency will really give you something to smile about.

source: The South Africa

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