Are Your Teeth Affecting Your Career?

The Link Between Teeth and Professional Success 

There have been countless studies on the subject of teeth and their effect on professional success, many of which arrive at the same conclusion: teeth can have an impact on your career.

Straight Teeth, More Pay?

According to a study conducted by market research consultancy, Kelton, job candidates with straight teeth were 45% more likely to be hired than those who had crooked teeth. On top of that, male professionals with bad teeth earn on average 18% less than those with good teeth, and females 11% less. They’re quite staggering statistics. Tewantin Dental Centre offer a range of cosmetic dental treatments to enhance your smile. So which cosmetic treatment is the right option for you? Contact us to arrange a consultation and one of our highly trained dentists will find the right cosmetic option for you and your teeth.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening is by far the most popular cosmetic dental treatment around the world today. It offers an instant lift to your smile, helping it to appear more bright, healthy and beautiful. At Tewantin Dental Centre, we offer in-chair whitening and take home kits, both offered at various levels of strength. For us, it is important to find a whitening option that is right for your budget as well as your teeth, so one of our dentists will be able to assess your situation and determine the right cosmetic treatment for you.

Porcelain Veneers

As a strong, effective and aesthetically pleasing cosmetic dental treatment, Porcelain Veneers can help to improve the appearance of your teeth and treat a range of issues, including:

  • Cracked or misshapen teeth
  • Spaced teeth
  • Discoloured or stained teeth
  • Teeth that have been worn down from grinding
  • Correct the size or length of teeth
  • Improve the look of gummy smiles

Composite Bonding

Composite bonding involves the use of a tooth-coloured composite resin to repair the appearance of fractured, chipped or discoloured teeth. We commonly see patients who are concerned about the formation of small, white flecks on their teeth which is often caused by an overexposure to fluoride as a child. Composite bonding is an extremely quick and effective way to fix the problem, and can usually be performed in one visit.

Dental Implants

Used to fix the appearance and function of missing teeth, dental implants are a fantastic long-term solution. The process involves a small titanium screw being placed into the jawbone where the tooth has fallen out, to create a strong anchor. A prosthetic tooth that matches the colour and shape of the surrounding teeth is then attached to the implant to restore the full function and aesthetic of a natural tooth. Dental implants can also help to protect the area of jawbone where you have lost the tooth.

Contact Us for More Information

Your teeth can have a considerable impact on your professional life, and have proven to be a solid investment for many of our patients. Whatever your concern, the team at Tewantin Dental Centre in Noosa will have the right option for you.

Contact us to arrange a consultation and we’ll have you on the road to a brilliant smile in no time.