How Do You Smile More Easily?
A healthy smile is a beautiful thing to have and it will give you the confidence to be more outgoing and attractive to others. Having a good smile makes you more attractive and people will take notice of you if you smile regularly. The ability to smile in front of others is a very important part of building successful relationships. Smiles carry more meaning than a frown so smiling is actually very therapeutic. It can also help reduce stress, make you feel better and even help to fight certain types of cancer.
A smile is created primarily by clenching the facial muscles in the side of your mouth. A smile should not just include a smile; it should include a “closed” smile with all the corners of your mouth closed as you are smiling. Some smiles feature an contraction of this particular facial muscle, an action called a Zottman smile. In this type of smile the corners of your mouth form an X that stretches across your teeth.
Facial expressions are a huge part of expressing happiness, sadness, humor, anger or any other feeling people experience. Smiling is one of those facial expressions that is easy to do and is certainly contagious. A simple smile may mean the world to someone else and bring instant comfort to a friend. Smiling can also be very effective in expressing frustration or grief. A smile may also be an expression of approval is very important in most social settings. Your entire social life is built on how you smile and people will judge you solely on your facial expressions.
Another important aspect of your facial appearance involves the wrinkles in your skin. You have two different types of wrinkles that can appear in the skin known as “pimples” and “moles”. Wrinkles that occur in one specific area are referred to as “juvenation wrinkles” while wrinkles that occur on both sides of your face are referred to as “odontic wrinkles”. Smile experts believe that the zygomaticus major muscle that helps control the size of your eyes plays a major role in controlling the appearance of your cheeks and zygomaticus major muscle.
Other factors that affect your smile are your posture, facial expressions, gum health, body posture and eating habits. All of these factors interact with each other to determine the quality and appearance of your smile. You should always try to maintain a good smile posture by keeping your jaw as straight as possible. If your mouth is improperly curved you will not look very good and may unconsciously compensate by having a smile that is not as neat and perfect.
There are many places that you can learn to smile more naturally including: watching television commercials, reading magazines, using a mirror, exercising, talking with others and many other locations. When you smile you are creating contractions in your muscles which causes them to loosen up and look better. There are also some special mouthpiece appliances designed to help you smile more naturally, including Brandywine glasses, tongue clips, and gum shields. This simple procedure will give you a fantastic smile that will make everyone around you smile as well!