10 Tips for a Kissable Smile
10 Tips for a Kissable Smile

  1. See your dentist for fresh breath: The main causes of bad breath are gum disease, broken fillings, dehydration, diets rich in aromatic foods (garlic, onions, etc.), poor hygiene, smoking, systemic diseases, and improper nutrition.
  2. Teeth Whitening: A bright smile can make someone look 15 years younger. Be aware that if you have cracks in your teeth, you may not be a candidate for teeth whitening.
  3. Close the gaps! Research shows that people with gaps in their teeth are not taken as seriously as a person without them. They are portrayed as immature and comical.
  4. Have a delicious mouth! Replace metal and mercury fillings with beautiful porcelain restorations. The latest restorations are more biocompatible to your immune system.
  5. Drink water for juicy lips: Diabetes and other systemic diseases, some medications, hormonal changes, cancer, chemotherapy and smoking can cause dry mouth. Keep a healthy diet. Daily aerobic exercise can help you control and even reverse some of these problems.
  6. Look younger: As we age, our teeth wear out and become shorter. Getting porcelain veneers will restore your youthful appearance and more.
  7. Kiss responsibly: If someone smells bad, that is a sign of infection. Stay away! Choose your kissing partner carefully; have your dentist check their oral health. Gum disease is contagious.
  8. Brush and floss at least 5 times daily: 85% of the population over 30 years old have some form of periodontal disease. Healthy gums do not bleed. Have your hygienist teach you proper oral hygiene techniques and buy a Sonicare toothbrush! Dental plaque can lead to other systemic infections. It is linked to heart disease, stroke and pulmonary infections. Don’t forget to clean your tongue!
  9. Get dental implants: They will give you confidence and security. You don’t want to exchange teeth while kissing!
  10. Kiss yourself FIRST! People are attracted to happy, positive, high energy people with plans and goals in their lives.