Don’t Let An Unsightly Smile Spoil Your Dating Life!

A great or terrible smile has the potential to make or break a first meeting on a first date. Let’s explore exactly how important a good smile is when it comes to dating prospects below.  

The importance of a good smile: the proof  

More than half of people surveyed in a recent survey said a person’s smile is the first thing they notice. Furthermore 24% of people say a smile is the facial feature they remember most about a person after meeting them. Consider dating in the modern era, most of which happens online these days! Research from Plusnet found that bad teeth was the most definitive turn-off for singletons when viewing profiles. Of course, when everything is judged solely on looks, keeping your smile beautiful is a pretty important part of the jigsaw.

As well as translating that a person is happy and jovial, a smile can be a good indicator who much a person takes pride in their appearance and wellbeing. What’s more, if you’re on a date and the other person is expecting a kiss but has less than desirable teeth, it brings into question whether they might be slightly selfish.

Reflecting on your smile

Scrutinising our looks can be an exhausting business, but it could help to enhance your dating life. Why not try taking a look at yourself in the mirror to see how you smile and if you’re concealing a part of your smile without realising. This might trigger you to seek some cosmetic treatment, which in many cases doesn’t have to be costly – here at Corner House we can offer 0% finance on specific treatments, to make them more manageable for you.

Let us help you fix your smile

Here at Corner House we offer a variety of cosmetic treatments that can be tailored to your needs, as well as smile makeover treatment, to address multiple aspects of your smile you’re unhappy about. From teeth whitening and veneers to bonding and crowns, we can suggest different types of treatment that will transform your smile and make a difference to your overall appearance and confidence.