Smile Theories: Some Are Better Than Others


Smile Theories: Some Are Better Than Others

When looking for a cure for a smile you may come across a few theories about what the “right” smile. At one time there were even some published books on this topic. Some people believed that a tooth-brush or toothpaste in a pocket would help and other theories involve wearing dentures or using dental implants. The theories will give you something to talk about with friends and family as you are working on your smile.

The first smile theory that I came across is to try to get a piece of something to stick in your mouth and hold it in place. This is very difficult when you have large teeth and lots of false teeth. The theory suggests that if you are holding on to a small object, it can absorb some of the force of the smile.

Smile Theories: Some Are Better Than Others
Smile Theories: Some Are Better Than Others

Changing Your Attitude

Another theory is that by changing your attitude when you smile, you can change the way you look at yourself. The theory suggests that you smile when you are happy and be friendly and be sure to smile when you are sad. It is also suggested that when you are bored, you smile and other times you frown. The frowning will be noticed by other people and will make you feel better.

The first problem with this theory is that it is much too complicated and there is no evidence that smiling affects anyone’s mood or attitude. Most people smile because they think it makes them look good. Even if they do not consciously realize it, they do feel good when they smile. A well-groomed smile should make everyone smile and know how beautiful you are. This is a far cry from any kind of mind control.

Most Difficult Problem

Perhaps the most difficult problem is that smiling can actually hurt us. People who are unhappy and moody will often appear more so and lose the beauty of their smile.

Another set of smile theories is that our smiles tell someone a lot about us. These people are either judging us or they are feeling things and they think it is okay to say so.

Some people feel that smiling creates the impression that they are happy and this means that someone else should be happy too. We cannot be happy because we are not happy. Also, smiling is very hard to learn.

Smile Theories

There are so many smile theories, there is no need to review them all. They are not just theories, but many people agree with some of them and disagree with others. In addition, the ideas in these theories are constantly changing, which is why they are helpful.

A smiling mouth is very important and the size of the lips has a major effect on how we look. It is true that a person’s smiles convey a message, but it is also true that different foods cause different types of smiles. It is important to know which foods cause a good smile and which foods cause a bad smile.

Smile Theories: Some Are Better Than Others
Smile Theories: Some Are Better Than Others

Making An Important Smile

The lips of some people are much thinner than the lips of others and this is the reason that they have trouble making an important smile. They do not know what to do to fix this problem and so they do not smile at all. It is also believed that because of genetics, thin lips will always be harder to smile at.

In addition, the lips have a major role in the way we walk and talk. The way we speak affects the way we walk and in turn, affects how we look. You may have heard that changing the position of your tongue can create a new and improved smile.

Wrapping Up

To summarize, smiling theories have come a long way. These theories are not supported by evidence, but they are interesting and fun to discuss. Finally, some ideas can be used to improve your smile.

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