Invisalign an investment? says who?
A sure investment is kind of like bigfoot. A lot of people have heard stories about bigfoot, but when it comes to proof, there is rarely any concrete evidence. In addition to that, wise investing usually takes a trained professional to get sound returns. A wise man once said, “you don’t invest in a stock when your taxi-cab driver tells you about it”. So, a sure investment in the stock market with information supplied by the taxi-cab driver might not be the best idea, but what about a different kind of investment?
An article done by Cater Galante Orthodontic Specialist talks about how straight teeth are healthier for your mouth, AND also healthier for your body. Crooked teeth are harder to clean and lead to oral bacterial growth. Studies done by the ADA (American Dental Association) show that this bacterial growth can lead to heart disease, stroke, diabetes type 2, and even pneumonia. Investing in straighter teeth could lead to a longer, healthier life. So swing by Dr. Medina’s office today, for your free Invisalign consult, and see what options you have when it comes to your smile. Investing in your teeth could have lifetime rewards, and that sounds like an investment worth making! Invest in your future, invest in your smile!
Currently, the number one ‘How To’ search on Google is How to be happy. One of the #1 suggestions is to smile more. Science says that small things like smiling more makes you happier- can the answer be just that simple?
Maybe it is, and maybe it isn’t.  If you are self concious about your teeth, then you may WANT to smile more but feel embarrassed about your smile.  In a study done by Kelton Research, a survey of 1,047 Americans was conducted, asking the candidates to give their opinions about images of people with both straight and crooked teeth. However, they weren’t told the study was focused on tooth alignment. The people with straight teeth were perceived to be more successful, smile more, have more confidence, have a better social life and a better personality. In fact, the study revealed that 45 percent of the people surveyed thought those with straight teeth were more likely to get a job they were competing for. In addition, they were perceived to likely be more wealthy, intelligent and healthy. On the other side of the spectrum, 38 percent would not go on a second date with a person with crooked teeth, but 73 percent of people were more likely to trust someone with a straight smile. The most interesting part of the survey came at the end, when it came to what people would trade for a nicer smile. This area concluded that 87 percent were willing to forego something for a year in exchange for a straight smile and 39 percent were willing to give up dessert, specifically.
But don’t worry, you won’t have to give up any of that! Swing by Dr. Medina’s office or simply pick up the phone to schedule your personal, customized appointment for a free Invisalign consult today. Happy teeth are a happier you, and that’s something to smile about!

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