Psychologist Eda LeShan said that middle-age occurs when you realize that you won’t live long enough to read all the books you want to read. According to LeShan’s definition, some of us were born middle-aged.
The first and most important tooth whitening tips on the list is to make regular dentist appointments. Always make time to visit the cinco ranch dentist, at least once in six months.
The alternative to an injection is gas. I’ve never had this, but I hear you’re liable to blurt out various family secrets under its influence. How true this is, I don’t know.
Let’s start by taking a look at some of the foods which stain teeth. In particular, coffee, tea, chocolate and red wine are the worse things to eat and drink if you want to have whiter teeth. Because all of these products create stains on your teeth. Over time, they will turn your teeth darker and yellow in color.
So now, being the geek that I am, was, and probably always will be, I went to my office on that fateful morning. The first thing that I noticed was that there was trash in the parking lot – mostly annoying bits of paper, but there were also cigarette butts and cup straws. Then I noticed that the wooden front door to the building was all scratched up and the door frame was actually rotting a bit. These were my first impressions. These were my patients’ first impressions as well – an unkempt parking lot with a rotten front door. The next business day, I notified the building management and had them repair the door rot. I personally got out the old broom and dustpan and cleaned up our small parking area.
Travel by public transportation. If it’s possible to take a bus or train, rather than drive yourself, you can get lots of reading done in transit. My idea of a perfect vacation is a 3-day train trip with a stack of books.
If you are a smoker, try to smoke lesser or even better, give up smoking completely as smoking is not good for health anyway. Smokers find it more difficult to keep their teeth white than non smokers.
So before you even allow yourself to enter the office space, take the time to look around at your exterior surroundings and make the changes that are needed. Try to “WOW” the new patient, the new client, or even that new horse trotting up the driveway. Let them see that you care about how your place looks from the outside – give them a reason to want to walk through your front door and into the inner realm of your office!