Erase the Past
One of the hardest things to deal with is looking at yourself in the mirror and seeing the same old person. This is the person that looked back at you every morning in the marriage, and now that marriage is gone, what is that person going to do?
And your smile may bear the marks from your relationship, too. Domestic violence is uncommon, but it can leave a mark on your smile, one you would like to erase. Or maybe your teeth are stained from all the smoking you did together. Or perhaps your spouse was destructive and led you into other unhealthy habits that damaged your smile.
They’re gone, and with them their bad habits, so it’s time for you to erase the last traces of them.
Being able to smile after your divorce can be a challenge anyway. It’s even harder if your are unhappy with your unattractive smile. Improving the appearance of your teeth with a smile makeover can make it easier to smile.
Maybe you’ll just start by smiling at yourself in the mirror to look at your new, beautiful teeth. But you’ll find that smiling stimulates an improved mood, and you’ll soon find it’s easier to smile in public, too.
There’s no doubt that you’re older now than when you entered the marriage. Maybe much older. But that doesn’t mean you have to look older. Unfortunately, teeth that are worn, discolored, or damaged can make you look older than you’d like. But repairing and whitening teeth can help you look years younger.
You might have given your youth to this marriage, but that doesn’t mean you’ve given up the best years of your life–those are still to come.
Date with Confidence
One of the biggest anxieties people feel after a divorce is starting dating again. It’s been awhile since you’ve dated, and you may be anxious that you don’t understand how things work these days.
Not only that, but you might feel your confidence is broken down by things your ex said to you. These things were said in anger, and most of them are untrue, but they can hurt you all the same. You might need a boost of confidence to help you feel ready to start dating again. A smile makeover can do that for you.
A New Job
Your life is in flux anyway, so why not make a few more changes? Your same old job might be part of your identity with your old partner. Maybe you have some mutual friends among your coworkers. So maybe it’s time to change jobs, too.
If you are looking for a new job, a smile makeover can improve your chances. Whiter teeth and straighter teeth have both been shown to improve your odds of getting hired and may improve the salary you’re offered.
Are You Ready to Start Over?
If you are tired of being the person you were in the marriage and through the divorce, a smile makeover can help you reinvent yourself as a new person, ready to start a new life. And there’s no time like the present to get your smile makeover.