Smile Makeover Competition
We’re not sure about New Year, New me, or if kale is really a superfood; but we are sure about new beginnings, new prospects, and improving our own quality of life. At the Brighton Implant Clinic we want you to start off your year smiling, so we’re kicking things off with a smile makeover competition!
How to Enter:
Complete the Form: http://bit.ly/2DvJlNb
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Poor dental health can have detrimental effects on our overall health, such as problems with speech and eating. To more seriously, a weakened immune system, a higher risk of stroke and cardiovascular diseases. Not only does poor dental health have adverse effects to our physical health, it can also be damaging to our mental health by deteriorating self-esteem and confidence.
People should not think that a big Hollywood bright white smile is a perfect smile, a healthy smile or one to try and strive to achieve. A beautiful smile is and always should be a healthy one. Poor oral health can shatter self – esteem and confidence which is essential to our emotional health and self – worth. Low self – esteem can make you feel depressed, anxious, give you a negative outlook and can be the difference between success and failure.
It has been clinically proven that smiling has many health benefits such as reducing stress and anxiety, strengthening the immune system and even boosting productivity! Smiling releases endorphins in the brain which can do extraordinary things, to find out more read the extraordinary power of a smile.
First avocado becomes the reason millennials can’t afford housing as they keep smashing it on toast. Now Kale is the latest superfood? But how did this all happen you say? Well, when it was splashed all over every blog and health article as a “super” food. There are foods that are healthier than others (we’ve always known this), but coining a particular food a “super” food is just the latest fad. The statistics of kale being high in vitamin K, A, C, as well as calcium, copper, and manganese are not necessarily untrue. But, these “super” benefits are only if you’re eating it by the kilo and raw. By cooking, baking or roasting it - it is as healthy as eating spinach.