Boost Your Self-Confidence with Invisalign

Self-confidence is a hot topic! We instill self-confidence in our children, yet we may be left feeling anything but confident ourselves. What about us — how can we gain some of this confidence for ourselves?

As a gentle push to help you pursue your own self-confidence goals, Invisalign created their Countdown to Confidence sweepstakes, which runs through November 13, 2014. Enter daily for the chance to win $100, and each entry puts you closer to the grand prize — a free Invisalign treatment and $1,000!

Try something new

One way to grow your self-confidence is to try something new. This is hard, especially for moms who spend much of their time and energy focused on their family. Have you always loved to write? Start a blog as a personal journal and challenge yourself to write daily. Maybe public speaking interests you? Join Toastmasters as a step towards the kind of confidence boost you need. Maybe you have a fitness goal, like running a 5K or mastering spin class? Once you challenge yourself and push out of your comfort zone, you will keep coming back for new challenges.

Sherri Kuhn

Confidence comes from inside

Mom knows best — true confidence comes from what’s inside. The older I get, the more confidence I gain simply because I have been there, done that. I used to worry about what other people thought, or if I would say the wrong thing in a social setting. Now I realize that we are all human, and I don’t have the time or energy to spend worrying about it.

Let’s be honest

We feel more confident when we look our best, too. Taking good care of yourself by eating right, exercising and getting enough sleep goes a long way towards making your confidence shine.

Some of us have physical attributes we would love to change. Being taller may give you more confidence, but there isn’t anything you can do — beyond a killer pair of wedges — to make yourself taller. Wish you were a redhead? Give it a try next time you visit the salon. Is it your smile that bothers you? Maybe you had braces as a child but your teeth have shifted. Or braces were a luxury your parents couldn’t afford.  Many people avoid smiling or have perfected the close-mouthed smile that simply doesn’t exude the same warmth and emotion of a big, uninhibited smile. This can affect how people perceive you in a social or work-related setting.

Invisalign compare to braces

Many people who would like to straighten their teeth don’t because unsightly metal braces have implications on their appearance and confidence. Invisalign treatment is a discreet way to get that perfect smile you’ve always wanted. With no wires or brackets to detract from your confident smile, Invisalign is a subtle solution without a mouth full of metal.

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Why wait?

Wondering if your smile can be improved? Take the Invisalign smile assessment today and see what Invisalign treatment can do for you! Choosing Invisalign clear aligners to straighten teeth is a lifelong investment that can boost confidence and give patients the beautiful smile they’ve always wanted.

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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