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Have you been putting off getting teeth extracted because you did not want to have to walk around without any teeth? I put the procedure off for three years before finally learning about the availability of teeth in a day procedures at local dentistry practices. Even after learning about the procedures I was still unsure if it was for me. I did not know if I would be a good candidate, if I could afford it, and exactly how it would work. I have compiled all of the information that I gathered to help others learn about this wonderful process.

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Everyone knows that a white smile is appealing, but have you ever considered why? It's popular enough for nearly every star in Hollywood to have a shimmering, bright white smile, but why are white teeth so likeable? Keep reading to find out.

Sign of Health

One of the reasons that people like white teeth is that it usually means someone has healthy teeth. While you might not consciously think about it, knowing another person has nice-looking teeth might make you think that they take good care of themselves. People who aren't healthy often have brown or yellow teeth because teeth break down over the years, especially if they're abused.

When teeth weaken due to prolonged exposure to acid, chemicals like cigarette smoke or a simple lack of hygiene maintenance, they change colors due to the underlying structure of the teeth peeking through the thinned enamel on top. Even if your teeth are healthy, if they're discolored they might give the impression that they're not healthy.

Sign of Youth

Barring medical abnormalities, everyone starts out with white teeth. As the years roll by, teeth tend to look a little less pearlescent and white. Good dental hygiene will help to prolong enamel's lifespan, but like all parts of the body, teeth experience some significant wear and tear over time. 

If your teeth look dingy or not very shiny, it can indicate to others that you're getting on in years. However, you don't have to let it be that way. Working with your dentist to maintain your enamel will help to prevent this, but a good professional tooth whitening can also be of help.

Sign of Confidence

When you walk into a room in clothes that fit well and are stylish, with hair that's coiffed and groomed, and a clean face - potentially with makeup - you probably feel pretty confident and good about yourself, and it shows. People take notice when people around them take pride in their appearances and strive to make themselves look better, and teeth are a part of that. Whitened teeth mean that you went through the trouble of even making your smile look top-notch, and if you flash a smile or two others are sure to be impressed.

Tooth whitening is popular for these three reasons. If you want people to think that you're confident, young, and healthy but your teeth don't look very good, make an appointment to have a professional teeth whitening. The change in how you look and how others perceive you will be worth it.