Research Reveals How a Stronger Smile Makes Life a Whole Lot Better
Are you looking for love? How about more money and success? Do you wish people would trust, and listen to you more? All you have to do is strengthen your smile!
An independent study carried out by research firm confirms that individuals with a healthy, stronger smile are thought of as more attractive, financially successful, and more trustworthy. The three-part study collected data that examined the effect of healthy looking teeth in the areas of romantic relationships and work. The data reports variables measured when conducting mock first dates, job interviews, and an exhaustive survey participants submitted online. After having their teeth treated 54% of participants were more strongly pursued by participants on mock dates, 58% of participants had better chances at getting hired, and were offered a higher salary to boot! These research outcomes demonstrate the tremendous importance of a healthy, strong smile.
Dr. Curtis Couch based in Thousand Oaks understands that your smile isn’t just an expression, it’s a powerful personal asset that can help you succeed in the most meaningful aspects of your life…
At the largest Dental Hygiene practice in California, Dr. Curtis Couch in Thousand Oaks utilizes cutting-edge technology in reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry that can help you attain a revitalized, more complete smile that can benefit you for a lifetime. From the most minor, such as porcelain inlays, to the most critical cases of complete smile reconstructions, Dr. Couch executes a range of strengthening smile solutions that will fit any preference or budget. Dental inlays, onlays, and overlays are just a few of the restorative treatments offered from Dr. Curtis Couch DDS. These treatments are used to repair teeth that have been fractured, cracked, or broken on the shallow external surface. They are typically composed of resin, but they can also be created from gold, as it is a softer metal that is less hazardous to surrounding natural teeth. Discover the differences between treatments to find out which is the most appropriate choice for you…
A dental inlay is used to treat teeth that have been damaged or have decay lying at the top of the tooth surface that lies just between the cusps of teeth. Inlays are a solution for replacing metal fillings that have degraded over time. They can also be made from porcelain which reflects the natural look of teeth, as opposed to metal which can have a harsh, unpleasant appearance.
Onlays are much like inlays in both their application and use to treat decay. However, an onlay is most appropriate for a tooth which has decay affecting the exterior surface area that extends beyond the cusps.
Again, this treatment serves the same purpose in treating damage and decay as an inlay and onlay–but, an overlay covers the entire top surface of a tooth helping to prevent further damage and reinforce the whole tooth completely. A major benefit of these reconstructive treatments is that the composite resin or porcelain can be perfectly matched to the natural color and transparency of existing teeth. Tooth color and appearance are vastly improved, yet they are virtually undetectable allowing you to feel and share your strongest smile yet. Due to the customized nature of these restorative treatments dentists are able to securely bond them to the tooth surface making them feel just like natural teeth. The custom made resin components contain fluoride and are ingrained within the new construction of the teeth. This combination prevents bacteria from forming and causing future cavities. With improved strength structural integrity of teeth, bonding of inlays, onlays and overlays significantly reduce the inconvenience and uncomfortable feeling of tooth sensitivity. Dr. Curtis Couch welcomes you to his office at 216 Lombard Street, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 for a one on one consult with you to help you understand what treatment is right for you. Speak with our friendly staff at 805-497-8077 to set up an appointment to find out how these restorative treatments can improve not just your smile, but your life! To find out more about our cosmetic and restorative treatments, please contact us.