College graduates leave their university with diploma in hand and, ideally, a job too. For those who aren’t gainfully employed, there’s one more thing you can add to your resume besides a degree that will give you a boost in every face-to-face interview or networking event: a smile makeover.
When you prepare for a job interview, you’ll check off a list of must-haves like new suit, new shoes, and new briefcase. You want to give the appearance of success and competence, even when you’re applying for an entry-level position. You can gain the edge over your competitors, however, if your appearance also includes a new smile.
Not every college grad needs a large-scale smile makeover – after all, the awkwardness of adolescence isn’t that far in the past and, for many, years of orthodontia. However, even the smallest tweaks to your smile can make the difference in the first impression you make on a potential employer.
Straighten Your Teeth on the Job
Maybe you did have braces in high school, but those college all-nighters had you neglecting the recommended wearing of your retainer. Maybe you didn’t have braces in high school but you’ve always wanted straight teeth. Whatever the situation, if your teeth are crooked and you want them straight, Invisalign will get the job done without making it obvious. The clear aligners are barely noticeable and they don’t interfere with speaking or eating.
Interview Coming Up? An Easy Last-Minute Improvement
If your smile is less than sparkling but you’re not in need of any major dental, professional tooth whitening can be done in an hour and change your appearance for years. The immediate results can give anyone the last-minute confidence bump they need before heading into an interview.
Illuminate Your Career
A study conducted by Kelton Research suggests that a person’s smile and teeth can significantly impact their career success. People with crooked teeth are viewed as less intelligent and less accomplished than people who have a straight smile. Cerinate Lumineers are a popular alternative to porcelain veneers that offer the same kind of result: a white, straight, natural-looking smile. Lumineers can correct misshapen teeth, lengthen small teeth, or fix broken, crooked, or crowded teeth.
These are just three of the solutions that can be part of your smile makeover. Invest in your future by investing in your smile. It’s more important than a new car or the perfect loft apartment. A smile makeover can help you look smarter, healthier, wealthier, and more competent. A gleaming, perfect grin will give you the confidence you need to smile broadly and exude the kind of aura that will have employers realizing that you’re the one they need to join their organization. Contact Philadelphia Dentistry to schedule your free consultation with Dr. Ken Cirka to find out what kind of smile makeover treatment can benefit your present and future.