Study Reveals Keys to Memorable First ImpressionsFebruary 10, 2015 by AACD Executive Office
AACD Offers E-guide for Improving Your Online and Offline Image
When it comes to making a positive first impression at work or in personal relationships, nothing comes close to the impact of an attractive smile, according to a new survey conducted by Kelton Global on behalf of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
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The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, dental professionals trained in maintaining and improving smiles, has teamed with a panel of lifestyle experts to create First Impressions in the Digital Age, a free e-guide to everything else you need to know to make the most of that first personal or professional connection –whether online or off. Download the e-guide here.
Best Face Forward
The survey also showed that some respondents view people with crooked or stained teeth as less attractive (37 percent) and less confident (25 percent) than those with perfect teeth. More women than men (40 percent vs. 35 percent) say that an imperfect smile makes someone less appealing. Other recent studies show that bad teeth can even prevent otherwise qualified candidates from getting jobs or promotions.
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