October 5, 2015
A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of California at Berkley revealed that people who smiled more often lived longer, had happier marriages, and reported feeling less depressed. If the simple act of sharing your smile more often could improve your entire life, would you give it a shot? Children smile hundreds of time each day. Adults are lucky to smile dozens of times, and the reasons people give for smiling less often as they grow up frequently relate to the way their smiles look. In order to hide crooked, chipped, cracked, and stained smiles, people may be missing out on a happier life. There’s good news for Naples, FL residents. Dr. Mark Makram and his team offer a wide variety of cosmetic dentistry services to give patients the picture-perfect smiles of their dreams.