I recently began working in sales. Smiling is very important when you work in sales, but I kept it to a minimum because I was not happy with my teeth. I had a tooth near the front of my mouth that was discolored from a bad cavity (my dentist says it became dark because the nerve was dead), and it embarrassed me. I always felt like it affected my income, so I finally saved up and had a crown put on that tooth. I also whitened the rest of my teeth. I now love my smile and I think it shows! I cannot stop smiling! My commissions also show my increased self-confidence, because I am making more money than ever. I created this blog to help other people struggling to make money in sales realize that a bright, healthy smile can help you and your bank account!
You might blame stress for those fine lines and headaches. However, did you know that stress is harmful to your teeth and gums too? Here are a few tips to stop stress from damaging your mouth.
Stressed individuals are at a higher risk for periodontal disease: inflammation and infection that can ruin the gum tissues.
Do you have white, gray, or yellowish oral lesions in your mouth? You may have canker sores: small, painful ulcers that develop inside the mouth.
Perhaps the most serious mouth problem related to stress is bruxism, or teeth grinding and jaw clenching.
Of course, managing your stress level is the easiest way to keep your mouth, and your entire self, healthy. For more information, contact a dentist like Tyler Dental Artz cosmetic dentistry.Share
17 June 2015