Actress, singer, and Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth has a beautiful smile. In her interview with Everyday Health, the celeb revealed how she stays so upbeat and smiling.
Reasons to Smile
As if her Emmy and Tony awards aren’t enough to make a person grin, Chenoweth says she’s always smiling because she doesn’t let stress bring her down. She tries to stay active, exercise, and get plenty of sleep. Everyday Health reports that Chenoweth’s top five smile inducers are her dog, the mall, her car, clean sheets, and taking a walk outside on a nice day. If you figure out what you enjoy doing and what makes you happy, you should have no problem showing off your pearly whites as well.
One other sweet indulgence makes Chenoweth happy, but not her dentist. She confesses that she has a weakness for Coca-Cola. This beverage has tannins that can stain your teeth, acid that can erode your enamel, and sugar that can decay your teeth. If you’re like Chenoweth and can’t live without your soda, make sure you drink it through a straw to avoid direct tooth contact and rinse your mouth with water afterwards.
Promoting Dental Health
Another thing that makes Kristin Chenoweth smile is helping others protect their dental health. She recently teamed up with Listerine to promote the “Your Mouth Has Something to Say” campaign. The campaign helps raise awareness for America’s Toothfairy, an oral health foundation devoted to protecting against pediatric dental disease. Chenoweth and Listerine are promoting the idea that proper oral care and rinsing can keep your smile healthy.
Chenoweth understands the importance of a beautiful smile. She says that “keeping your smile looking white and beautiful is essential. It makes you feel so confident and of course, people notice when it looks good.” She also said in her Everyday Health interview that when she smiles, people think she looks at least ten years younger.
Dr. Locke can help you understand the importance of proper oral rinsing and care to get a superstar smile. Contact our dentist office in Waco, Texas, at (254) 776-4888 to request an appointment.