Perfect smiles change Brazilian lives in the USA
WALTHAM - Good jobs, great achievements, and success among friends. Many of these victories are direct-linked to our smile, specialists affirmed in an interview to Portal BM News.
The Brazilians, for example, got used to seeing big smiles during the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. They were always connected to overcoming, achievement and victory!
Smiling can be combined with tears, but it also brings a feeling of overcoming and job well done that touches everybody.
However, why should we take care of our smile? The mouth is the business card of everybody, doesn't matter if he is an athlete or not. Those who do not have beautiful teeth can express the beauty of an achievement through spontaneity and happiness by smiling.
Brazilians face daily challenges but we are always happy. We value a simple smile and small victories that make us real champions.
In some cases, the smile, which is an important human being tool to be successful, does not match the face. Other times, there is an extreme care about the body, but a beautiful smile may be hidden because of bad care or misinformation.
This rule, however, has become an exception among Brazilians who care more about their teeth day by day because they have noticed the importance of this business card in the life of artists and athletes.
Moreover, those who look for median and high-quality jobs are familiar to professional recruiters who are always looking at their smile during job interviews, trying to get not only the candidate potential of being pleasant as well as his responsibility to take care of his own health.
The immigrants who arrived in the United States two decades ago believed they did not need to take care of their health because they would be leaving soon. They were focused on working hard to save money and go back to their country.
But the immigrant behavior has changed. As the Chinese, European or any other foreigners from Central America, Brazilians don’t want to leave the United States anymore. Then, health turned into priority.
And it starts with a good oral health. Doctor Jeffrey Cummings is one of the biggest supporters of this ‘new’ immigrant, giving them the fullness of smiling to reveal their identity with the help of his Waltham smile makeovers.
The dentist is responsible for hundreds of new smiles with white, beautiful and healthy teeth that you can see on social media every day. And he has a simple recipe: permanent ceramic crowns for front top teeth to transform smiles which become aligned to patient’s face. “The result of changing the color and form of 8 or 10 top front teeth is impressive,” Dr. Cummings guarantees.
Many Brazilians are taking advantage of this benefit already. They are changing their lives, reaching new social and professional status, and improving their self-esteem. “The new smile reveals a rich look. It's how patients feel, TV stars,” the specialist observes.
The best of all of these is that Dr. Cummings understands the immigrants’ daily issues: time, availability, little money, etc. So his practice has a partnership with a loan company, allowing the financing of the entire treatment.
This process requires just a Tax ID and approval is confirmed in a few minutes. In other words, no matter what is your immigration status, if you have credit then you can be approved for a loan to take care of your health.
“Investing in a new smile is very beneficial. But we understand that our patients are hard working and they need a balanced life and we offer fair prices and easy ways of payment,” finalizes Dr. Cummings, who is known by many people for his charitable donations and compromising with people of low income.