Not only does smiling make you appear more approachable and happy, it also makes you FEEL happier. Studies show that there is more to smiling than just revealing your pearly whites, so we wanted to help you better understand your smile for 2015, and offer up why it can aid in your overall health!

Smiling Enhances Your Mood

Even if you feel it is artificial, turning your frown upside down is truly a mood enhancer. Smiling literally tricks your brain into thinking you’re happy. So trick away, and enjoy the treat of an enhanced mood.

Smiling is Infectious Behaviour

When someone is smiling they light up the room, they can change the mood of others, and make those around them a little happier. A smiling person brings happiness with them wherever they go, and by smiling – you will be more likely to draw people to you.

Smiling Adds to Attractiveness

I think we can all attest to the fact that we are more attracted to those who smile. Those who smile openly seem friendlier, are more approachable, and are all around generally happier individuals.

Smiling is a Stress Reliever

Stress isn’t always an option as life has a way of happening around us, but relieving it with a smile can be a short-term solution that might result in long-term results. Smiling is a great stress management tool, and can alleviate the immediate affects of stress.

Smiling is a Immune Booster

Did you know that when you smile your immune function improves? Perhaps this happy creator also helps tricks your body into feeling well …it seems well worth a try.

Smiling Makes You Look Younger and Helps You Stay Positive

Our “smile muscle” actually gives our face a lift. Add to that a positive outlook, and you have a recipe for youth and wellness.

At DentistsRUs we enjoy helping others smile, and we hope this blog has given you additional reasons to smile for 2015!

Sedation Dental Group


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