Almost every job requires a bit of face-to-face interaction. And your smile is the first thing others notice about you. Unfortunately, this could inadvertently lead to a misconception of who you are and could affect your career. Everyone at our Lyndhurst dental office would like to talk a bit about the unfortunate truth about what your smile may be saying about you.
It’s Not All About the Resume
When we apply for a jobs, we’d like to be taken seriously and let our resumes do the talking. However, no matter how good you look on paper, the reality is when you’re brought in for a face-to-face interview, the interviewee subconsciously makes judgements based on how you look. While this sounds incredibly shallow, it’s true.
Your Smile Says A Lot
Research has shown that nearly 75% of Americans trust those with a great smile over someone who wears expensive clothes or drives a luxury car. When we’re talking about a job, trust is one of the top qualities employers look for. Even more, about three quarters of all Americans believe an unattractive smile can negatively affect professional advancement.
What You Can Do
If you’ve been hiding your smile or have been embarrassed by how it looks, your dentist in Lyndhurst can help. There are tons of options that can transform your grin and boost your confidence, both personally and professionally. Smile enhancing treatments include:
No matter what your smile challenges are, there’s an appropriate mix of treatments that’s just right for you.
If you’re ready to take your smile to the next level, schedule an appointment at our dental office in Lyndhurst. We’ll work with you to determine what treatments are right for you so we’re able to give you the smile you deserve. Don’t put your grin, or your career, on hold. Call us today.
Serving patients from Lyndhurst, Cleveland, and Beachwood.
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