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Job-searching Millennials Are Dealing With High Dental Anxiety, New Data Shows


The job market in Canada is highly competitive. While the majority of candidates work on making their resume look as appealing as possible, many others realize the advantage of looking their best has.

while this means nailing down the perfect outfit and the right handshake, a radiant smile might just be the deal closer. Cosmetic dentistry plays a substantial role in making sure teeth gaps are closed, there is no whitening discoloration and the evidence of grinding is fixed as well as ensure teeth are longer or shorter, smilers are widened and crookedness is straightened, among many other benefits.

Research tells us that someone’s teeth is the first thing 29% of hiring managers notice and 24% confess it is the main facial feature they most remember after meeting someone. The reason behind this? It seems that men and women with straight teeth are 21% more likely to come across as happy, 47% more likely to seem healthy and 38% more probably to be perceived as intelligent. Furthermore, approximately three out of four people were more prone to trust someone with straight teeth.

Within this context, it comes as a natural response that many prospective job candidates feel insecure about the aspect of their teeth and their overall dental hygiene. A recent study conducted by the American Dental Association has uncovered the shocking extent of that: 33% of young adults aged between 18 and 34 years old are inclined to hide their smile because of decaying teeth and gum diseases, and 28% strongly believe their teeth’s appearance determines their ability to have a successful job interview.  And this worry among Millennials appears to be something more related to their generation than a cultural thing. In Britain, 6 in 10 people believe dental issues can endanger the prospects of getting a promotion while a stunning 62% feel that visibly decayed or missing teeth are a major disadvantage when trying to secure a job.

With the rise of social media, the focus on appearance has intensified. It’s now easier than ever to compare yourself to other people and particularly, those riveting selfies with perfectly bright smiles. It has gone so far as to become a must in specific jobs. Cosmetic dentistry services such as veneers are the norm in Hollywood, among celebrities and people looking to get into the industry. According to one American aesthetic dentist, the very first thing that happens when someone starts their career in show business and their agent telling them, ‘You’ve gotta get veneers now’. But this applies just as well to other job industries, especially client-facing ones but not only.

Cosmetic dentistry promises to allow millions to get their dream jobs, but specialists warn it’s not just the aspect that counts. Resolving underlying conditions and working to prevent them from appearing in the first place are equally important aspects. No one should have to give up on their career because of something as easily fixable as an imperfect smile.

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