The recent internet meme that’s displaying the benefits of dentistry
There has recently been a flood of celebrity images where their teeth have been Photoshopped out of their mouth…
There has been a large amount of strange and sometimes hilarious images flooding the internet recently on websites such as Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook. In the images a number of celebrities such as Nicki Minaj, Anne Hathaway and Cameron Diaz can be seen with no teeth. These smiling celebrities are grinning with open and bare mouths which makes for a hilarious and intriguing evening of online entertainment. No one quite knows how this meme or ‘fad’ came about however no one can deny that seeing gorgeous and beautiful celebrities with gaping holes in their mouths is somewhat pleasing and self-esteem boosting. This pleasing juxtaposition depicts celebrities whose smiles we used to adore and transforms them into grandma-like empty smiles. This meme can provide you with hours of entertainment after work and is definitely worth looking at, simply type “Celebrities with no teeth” in Google search.
This meme is bringing to the forefront a more serious dental issue – tooth loss
Tooth loss is an unsightly and confidence-reducing infliction which can affect your professional and personal life. A great smile full of straight and white pearly whites is a wonderful asset to have. Studies have shown that this can improve your career prospects as well as your chances of attaining that second date. Not to mention having a lovely smile can boost your confidence and give you the bravery to strut your smile at events and social gatherings. Apart from the obvious cosmetic benefits ensuring you fill in gaps in your smile can also improve dental hygiene and oral structure.
Fill in your gaps at Curtis Couch
Some of us are unlucky enough to lose our teeth due to a dental emergency caused by a sporting or general accident. Another common reason for the loss of teeth is a serious tooth infection caused by periodontitis which is a severe infection of plaque often referred to as gum disease. In order to treat this disease your dentist at Curtis Couch will often have to use a dental instrument to get rid of the plaque damage and in some cases where the damage is too severe he may have to remove the tooth and clean the gums. In the event you lose a tooth it is most likely that your dentist will recommend dental implants or removable dentures.