The next time you are brushing your teeth, think about your smile. When an individual feels good about their teeth, they are more likely to smile.

Smiles are basic biological human expressions and have been studied by researchers. Smiles have been correlated with measurements of the success and well-being of the individual smiling as well as the length of their life.

Smiling can make us feel better when we may have been feeling stressed or down. Smiles, often used to express joy and satisfaction, have been known to inspire those who observe the smile.

Did you know that smiles are great for stimulating brain activity, which is important for learning, and are contagious? Just try to resist smiling when looking into the face of a smiling child.  Remarkably, research has also found that smiles appear to bring about more pleasure than consuming large amounts of chocolate!

Please check out the following link to hear more about the Hidden Power of Smiling.