The purpose of our lives is to be happy – Dalai Lama

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Dalai Lama once said that, “the purpose of our lives is to be happy”. After all, being happy allows you to have a positive outlook on life. It’s this view that helps us grow and succeed. However, it is becoming clear that so many people aren’t happy with the way they look, which is negatively impacting their lives. One area in particular that has been getting a lot of focus is the teeth. Thankfully, though, getting braces is an option for anyone who may be experiencing an under bite, overbite and any other dental problems. Braces can improve your health and overall confidence. Check out some of the reasons below why you need to get the best smile in Southington:

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Giving Back to the Local Community in Waterbury

Earlier this week, Team Demas Orthodontics spent the day giving back to the local community.

Team Demas OrthodonticsAs a team we spent the day at St. Vincent DE Paul Soup Kitchen in Waterbury. The team went there not really knowing what to expect turns out it was a full day of service. We unloaded trucks which came in with several different donations, we cleaned and organized the fridge and food pantry. Afterward making about 150 food bags for families for dinner. Then we helped serve hot lunches and desserts. Ending our day with maintenance of the facility. There is truly no job too big or too small for our team and it was great pleasure to be able to give back to our community.

 

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Peace begins with a smile – Mother Teresa

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What many people don’t realize is that a smile says everything. Remember, your smile has the power to lighten up a person’s day. However, many people are ashamed of their teeth. They would rather hide their smile than show their imperfect teeth. Thankfully, though, there is a solution to this. When you get braces put on your teeth by a certified and experienced orthodontist, you can get the smile you always dreamed of.

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Why Do Teenagers Go for Invisalign?

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Invisalign is one of the newest additions to the world of dental technology. The idea behind these braces is to help align teeth properly without the need for traditional metal braces. Most teenagers are considering using Invisalign because it’s painless and also involves almost zero visibility. Traditional braces are huge and obvious when smiling, but Invisalign is the newest way to straighten teeth without the annoying metal braces. In this article, you will discover why your teen may want this instead of the traditional braces.

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Smile and forgive; it’s the only way to live

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As the smile quote goes, “smile and forgive; it’s the only way to live,” this is just a testament to the power of a smile. A smile can do so much for a person, from improving their health to boosting their self-esteem. While a lot of people are ashamed of their smiles, there is something you can do about it. Braces are often a solution for those individuals who are experiencing an overbite, under bite or other dental issues. Check out some of the benefits below that come with braces:

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TDO is volunteering at St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen

Over the years, Team Demas Orthodontics (TDO) has been honored to service the needs of our patients who have remained loyal, making our office successful and a wonderful place to work. In an effort to give back to a community that has meant so much to all of us, TDO is pleased to announce we will be volunteering our services at the St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen on May 19th.

About St. Vincent DePaul Mission

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury (327 Baldwin Street) has long been a beacon of hope for those people who need help on a temporary basis or otherwise. Father Cascia established the soup kitchen in 1981, building a long history of providing food and other services to the poor and homeless people in the community. With over 350 meals served every day, the soup kitchen has become a fixture in the lives of many individuals who need a nutritional meal to get through the day.

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