EVALUATE YOUR SMILE
The questions below are designed to help reveal a person's inner feelings about how their smile affects their self image, how it impacts interactions with others, and how it influences the quality of their relationships.
The Emotional Smile Evaluation - Based on each individual's subjective perceileptions of his or her smile
The Objective Smile AnalysisFor the objective analysis, the best thing is for you to stand in front of a mirror mounted on a wall. Now, smile at yourself using your "normal" smile. Next, look at the mirror and think of a hilarious moment in your life and give a big, laughing smile. This big smile is probably a much larger smile than you feel comfortable using much of the time if you are not happy with your teeth. When your smile is improved, however, your big smile appears much more spontaneously because you look (and feel) great! So let's figure out what's holding your big smile back -- what it is that bothers you about your teeth.
If you answered yes to ANY of the above questions, we can help give you a better, more beautiful smile.