MDTV Expert and Cosmetic Dentist, Fred Peck DDS, Uncovers the Blatant Truth About the Relationship Between Cosmetic Dentistry and a Person's Paycheck. Research Reveals More Attractive Individuals Earn Thousands of Dollars More Over Their Careers. Fair or Not, U.S. Companies Pay Good-Looking Employees More Than Their Peers
How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Give You a Lifelong Raise!
MDTV Cosmetic Dentistry Expert, Fred Peck DDS explains, ."Obviously the better you look, the more confident you feel, and the more you earn. But there are underlying forces at work that are more powerful than how you feel about yourself."
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Later in the interview, Peck continued, "It's no secret that when your smile is radiant, when your teeth are straight and white, when your facial appearance is attractive, you can create a welcoming first impression. The phrase million-dollar-smile could be taken literally by corporate executives - according to recent research."
MDTV learned recently that research shows a connection between how much is in your paycheck and how others rate your appearance. A study released by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis found that more attractive people earned five percent or more than their less good-looking counterparts. Over an individual's lifetime, that could add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Almost all respondents agreed that a dazzling smile is an important social asset, according to the results of a survey conducted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. To add to that, 74 percent of those surveyed also said an unattractive smile can hurt a person's chances for career success.
If you're self-conscious about your smile, your job performance may suffer. Yet if your smile is bright and genuine, chances are you exude confidence and good cheer, which makes you easily approachable and pleasant for business transactions.
The truth is, however, that few people are blessed with perfect smiles. And luckily, you don't have to be a high-earning executive to afford a million-dollar smile. With the latest advances in dentistry, including smile whitening, straightening, or replacing teeth, many procedures can be completed in two or three visits.
If you live or work in the Cincinnati, OH area, you may want to look into what cosmetic dentistry can do for your appearance and your career. Of course, if you have questions, you can contact Fred Peck DDS.
Peck is accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, one of only three such dentists in the Cincinnati area.
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