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Tooth whitening ‘improves attractiveness’


Tooth whitening 'improves attractiveness'Teeth whitening can brighten a smile and make people look more attractive, according to one expert.

Dr Marty Marcus of University Associates in Dentistry told Today’s Chicago Woman the procedure will brighten the appearance of teeth and disguise stains.

He explained more people have their teeth cosmetically enhanced during warmer months and suggested social occasions are the reason why.

“Whitening is … a way to make yourself as attractive as possible. It just augments the rest of your beauty, whereas if you didn’t have it done, it might detract from it,” the dental specialist said.

Individuals can still have their teeth enhanced if they have crowns or caps, although these may need to be altered to match the newly lightened originals, Dr Marcus commented.

Dr Susan Mathison of Catalyst Medical Centre in Fargo recently explained that an increasing number of over 40s were having their teeth professionally brightened in the hope of competing with younger jobseekers, the Grand Forks Herald reported.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19874458-ADNFCR

Cheryl Cole ‘has best WAG smile’


Cheryl Cole 'has best WAG smile'X-Factor judge Cheryl Cole has been voted the WAG with the best smile by the British public, taking more than 70 per cent of the votes, according to a recent survey.

The British Dental Health Foundation conducted the research alongside Oral-B and commented that treatments common among celebrities, such as teeth whitening and dental veneers, could also help people who suffer from a lack of confidence.

Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the organisation, said: “Tooth whitening is a relatively cheap and simple procedure and if the shade is chosen correctly, the results can look very natural and significantly improve a person’s appearance.”

However, he urged people to see a professional dentist rather than attempt to use over-the-counter products, which he described as rarely effective.

Victoria Beckham came out bottom in the poll, which asked 1,000 people to choose the best and worst smiles among the wives and girlfriends of football stars.

It was recently reported by the Grand Forks Herald that cosmetic dentistry has become increasingly popular among older jobseekers who hope improving their appearance will make securing work easier.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19827055-ADNFCR

Careers ‘can be boosted’ through teeth whitening


Individuals looking to get ahead in their careers might be interested in having teeth whitening treatments carried out, it has been revealed.

A survey carried out by MyFaceMyBody showed that one in ten people would resort to surgery in order to get ahead in the workplace.

Indeed, nearly two-thirds (63 per cent) of women believe that appearance and youthful looks play a part in getting hired, gaining a promotion, or getting new clients, while almost three quarters (73 per cent) of consumers would consider having a non-surgical treatment, such as teeth whitening.

Elsewhere, the Grand Forks Herald recently reported that there has been a rise in the number of people in their 40s and 50s going to dental professionals to have their teeth whitened.

Dr Susan Mathison of Catalyst Medical Centre in Fargo said that many people feel that a brighter smile helps them to feel more confident and also gives them a more youthful look.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19807853-ADNFCR

Older people urged ‘take care of teeth’


Older people should take care of their teeth.

Older people have been advised they need to take greater care of their teeth and gums than people who are younger.

Dr Lawrence Singer of the Connecticut State Dental Association said once a person reaches 65 they enter a higher risk category for a range of oral illnesses and they should therefore have a regular health routine in place to combat this.

He stated that older people should look to see a dental professional at least once a year and that they should ensure they brush twice a day and use both floss and mouthwash to remove as much plaque and food debris from their mouth as possible.

Elsewhere, the Grand Forks Herald recently reported the number of men and women over 40 and looking for work who plan to have teeth whitening treatments has increased sharply since the onset of the economic downturn.

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