What is your smile factor? Many people tend to hide their smile because they believe that there teeth are not straight enough, or bright enough, or their teeth are too big or too small. There are many reasons people will use to not show their teeth. At one time it was very expensive and involved a long drawn out process for correcting your teeth and your smile. However, with today’s advances in dentistry and technology, there is no reason not to show your smile. That is where “Your Smile Factor” clear aligners come in.
“Your Smile Factor” invisible aligners or braces are mouthpieces made of transparent medical-grade plastic that slip over the teeth for the purposes of aligning them. These invisible aligners are barely noticeable, are custom-made to address your particular needs. They are typically more comfortable than traditional metal braces. The aligners will change the shape of the bony structures inside the mouth. Your Smile Factor clear aligners address overbites, underbites, crossbites, crowded teeth, and complex bite issues.
Smiling is so powerful that if you purposefully decide to smile, your mood will improve – regardless of circumstance. More importantly, smile frequency correlates with emotional stability, social intelligence and extroversion. In turn, each of these factors promotes relationship building, strengthens social ties, and solidifies group cohesion.
And now for something that will really put a smile on your face. Not only are smiles free—they also have the ability to do all sorts of positive things for our health and wellness, according to Portman Health, a UK-based dental provider. Sadly, the average adult only cracks a smile about 20-times in a single day. That’s compared to infants who smile an average of 400 times daily. So do yourself a favor and turn that frown upside down more often for a happier, healthier life. Ask your dentist or orthodontist today about the Your Smile Factor program.
Benefits from Smiling:
Have you ever heard of a friend or family member stopping their clear aligner program because it was just too painful to continue? Many of the top brands of clear aligners are too ridged or stiff and can cause pain when wearing the aligners for long periods of time. Not so with Your Smile Factor! Your Smile Factor aligners are made of a highly advanced material (Zendura Flex) that is easy to wear but will move your teeth in the proper direction. Watch the video below to learn why Your Smile Factor clear aligners are the best option.
Your Doctor will verify molds and digital files and create a computer graphic representation of the projected teeth movements, created in the Your Smile Factor software program. This verification process is then reviewed with you for approval or modification before aligners are created.
The aligners are modeled using CAD-CAM (computer-aided-design and computer-aided-manufacturing) software and manufactured using a rapid prototyping technique called stereolithography.
The molds for the aligners are built in layers using a photo-sensitive liquid resin that cures into a hard plastic when exposed to a laser. The aligners are made from an elastic thermoplastic material that applies pressure to the teeth to move into the aligner's position.
You might consider yawning or sneezing the only contagious action. It is difficult to help yawning in response when you witness someone else doing it first. However, science tells us that smiling is also a natural reflex reaction to happiness and pleasing settings—meaning the very act of smiling itself makes you happy…and being happy makes you smile. This is how the positive cycle is created.
In fact, research published in Psychology Today found that there is an automatic human attraction to people who smile. So not only does smiling affect your own mood (for the better); it also makes us far more attractive to other people.
According to a group of psychological scientists at the University of Kansas, smiling aids the ability to recover from all sorts of general life stress. The scientists monitored a group of 169 participants who were asked to take one of 3 facial expressions—remain neutral, force a smile (by holding a chopstick in the mouth), or genuinely smile (a full Duchenne smile).
The scientists monitored heart rates while placing the participants under increased levels of stress (i.e., noise, putting hands in cold water, etc.). Findings showed that while the smiling (both forced and genuine) reduce the body’s stress response and lowered heart rate and blood pressure significantly, the genuine smiling participants recovered from the stress at much faster rates.
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Since 1974, Pittman Dental Laboratory has been providing the highest quality materials and craftsmanship for the dental industry. Because of our reputation for quality and service, we are supplying doctors throughout the United States.
Pittman Dental Laboratory is proud to be the provider of "Your Smile Factor" invisible aligners.