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What Does Your Smile Say About You?

What does your Smile say about you? Smiles are Super-Duper (free) Mood Boosters! Smiles are Nature's Stress Relievers Forcing yourself to smile can boost your mood when you're feeling a bit blue Studies show that smiling helps the brain with the release of chemicals associated with happiness Smiles trigger the release of endorphins, which helps your body fight stress. Smiles are Impossible NOT to Share Whistle (and smile) While You Work 28% smiled more than It may not be your best smile, but researches found that 30% of subjects smiled 20 times per day while at work 5 to 20 times per day Smiles are contagious, and scientists in Sweden set out to prove it Yep, you are still cheesing, even when you are at work Hundreds of smiles later the results showed that people had trouble frowning when looking at others' smiles Smiles use anywhere from 5 to 53 facial muscles! Smiles = 7 Years Good Luck $miling Might Help Your Wallet Smiles are proven to make us more attractive, appear more sociable and act with more confident Babies are born with the ability to smile, even babies who were born blind smile These things can help you edge out the competition when it comes time to promotion. Of course doing your job well helps too! This universal smiling leads scientist to believe smiling is an inherent way of expressing happiness Smiling = Penicillin Smiles are Easy to Spot 100 200 300 While smiling won't get rid of that cold, it does boost your immune system Smiling and laughter relaxes your body and helps to alleviate stress ... which helps with your health In fact people can recognize smiles from up to 300 feet away, making it the most easily recognizable facial expression. Bad Smiles don't Exist Women Smile More Some smiles just need more attention than others, with new technologies like InvisAlign and good old fashion know-how from your dentist There could be a million reasons why women are statistically more prolific smilers, but even baby girls tend to smile more than baby boys. There's no reason not to put your best smile forward There are 6 Types of Smiles UC Berkeley psychologists found six basic types of smiles to express feelings POLITE GENUINE LOVING SYNCHRONIZED ASYMMETRICAL EMBARRASSED Head down, eyes averted ... Our lips raise up and part, our teeth may even show. Our eyes light up and crow's feet This smile is a We turn up both corners of our lips, but there's no Combine the GENUINE and You know how you raise one side of ·perhaps a quick dry wash of the hands. We call genuine smile with a subtle angling of the head to suggest deep affection. Mom's are known your lips higher than the other, LOVING smiles with engagement with our eyes. This type of smile is usually reserved for strang- commonly found in ers and politicians. a forward-leaning body movement toward the recipient joke isn't quite and you've got syn- this the embar- when someone's rassed smile, most appear on our skin around the edges of our eyes. Yep, this is the real funny? This is also referred to as a fake to have this smile bad workers and mastered from day chronized smiling inept Disney side- kicks! for when you're really enjoying the vibe! smile, one that tends to shine in 1! McCoy-the holy grail of smiles, that we only break out when we've really been touched. those awkward moments! Where People Find Themselves Smiling More Number of smiles per day at home all adults: Number of smiles per-day at work all adults: Five to 20 times Less than Five times Home 46% 13% More than 20 times More than 20 times 36% 28% Less than five times Work Five to 20 times 14% 30% DRDENTAL Adult and KIDS Dentistry...For Less! 3) . . • . . • • • •. • . • O.• .. • . • • . .

What Does Your Smile Say About You?

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Ever wonder what a smile means? Did you know there are 6 types? Find out what your smile is saying about you!

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