Have You Made Someone Smile Today? – Debasish Mridha
Last Updated on
If you are a person who cares deeply about contributing to humanity, then you probably ask yourself every day if you can do something for someone else. You might think in terms of opening the door for another person or giving money to a person on the street. Those are great contributions, but have you made someone smile today?
Everyone Needs a Smile
Some people say that a smile is worth a thousand words, but it is also worth $1,000. A smile is something that can help society because it can create an environment of happiness. All you have to do to make someone smile is smile at that person. The majority of people will not be able to help but smile back.
Everyone needs a smile at one point or another. A recently fired person needs a smile. A newborn baby needs as smile. Even a happy-go-lucky person can use a smile. The best thing about a smile is that it does not matter if the person has braces or Invisalign. A smile is so vibrant that it can shine through any apparatus.
How to Get a Great Smile
A patient can contact an orthodontist about Invisalign, braces or another service that tends to the teeth. Gluck Orthodontics provides services that can improve a person’s smile and recover the teeth from situations such as overbites, under bites, cross bites, gaps and so forth. Patients can also schedule appointments for teeth whitening, which is another process that one can schedule. A person can also book an appointment through the online apparatus. A staff member will get back to the person quickly and schedule an appointment for a consultation with an orthodontist to discuss working on that beautiful smile. Everyone should be able to gift humanity with a smile.
Dr Nease graduated as Valedictorian from Cocke County (TN) High School in 1988 and graduated from the University of Tennessee (Go Vols!) in 1992. He then attended the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in Memphis, TN, where he earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree as Valedictorian of his graduating class in 1996. He remained at the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry for his orthodontic training, and received his Master of Dental Science (MDS) degree in June of 1999. He immediately joined the practice of Dr. Phil Higginbotham in Spartanburg, beginning a wonderful professional relationship and friendship that endures today.