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BY: Dr. Jennifer Jablow
Preventing cavities isn’t the only reason to take care of your teeth -- confidence is another. According to a recent survey, 50 percent of people report that a white, healthy smile is the first thing that attracts them to someone. If your teeth look good, it sends the message that you’re taking good care of yourself. And knowing you can flash a killer smile is a big confidence-builder when you meet someone new.
Luckily, it doesn’t take much effort or time to go from so-so to sensational. Here are the tips I give my patients to improve their dental health, boost their sex appeal and actually have better sex:
Daily brushing and flossing, as well as regular dental cleanings, are the key to keeping gums -- and the rest of you -- healthy. If your gums are red, puffy or bleed easily, see your dentist right away. Much more than your sex life might be at stake.
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Dr. Jennifer Jablow is a dentist specialising in cosmetic procedures. This is her first article appearing in Oral Care and Health Daily (Australia & New Zealand).
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