Attraction for men isn’t purely physical; it’s much more than that. Attraction is physical, emotional, relational, intellectual, and maybe even spiritual for some. Sure, a man wants to be with someone he finds physically attractive, but I think we all do. The problem comes when we feel that someone values our looks more than our personality or intellect or any other more substantial characteristic.
So the question is… what is it about you that is essential to quickly and powerfully create a connection resulting in an immediate attraction…? Research shows that 60% of Men say that good teeth and a beautiful confident smile are the most important component of an initial attraction! Before you roll your eyes and say “yeah right”, think about the ease in which people with a beautiful smile can communicate and smile more often. They instantly appear happier, more successful, interesting, enthusiastic, and confident to the opposite sex.
The true beauty of a person is reflected through their smile and each and every smile is unique… There is not one perfect and beautiful smile no more than there is one perfect and beautiful body type. What we do for people is help them become the best versions of themselves and immediately showcase who that is through their smile and overall facial aesthetics. Look at the transformations below and you can see a very dramatic difference not only in their teeth… but in their overall appearance and self confidence.
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Meet Dr. Marvin Berlin
As far back as I can remember, I always knew I would be a dentist. I remember telling my mom in the fifth grade that one day I would be a dentist, and from that day forward, I knew in my heart that’s what I’d do. I grew up in a very small town, Santa Fe, Texas (just outside of Galveston, Texas). After school and during the summers while I was in high school, I worked as a Dental Assistant. I loved it. After graduating from Santa Fe High School, I attended The University of Texas in Austin, where I received a BBA in Business Management. While at U.T. I served as President of the Beta Kappa chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, professional business fraternity. To this day, I keep up with my fraternity brothers … thank you, Facebook. Also at U.T., I served as an R.A. (Resident Assistant) in a non-air-conditioned dorm. I think this is why we currently keep it so cold in our office. In addition, I walked-on to the U.T. Baseball team, playing second base, and center field. I soon realized it was either baseball or dentistry … and although I was a pretty decent opposite field hitter, I’m much better with a hand-piece in my hand than a 34″ Louisville Slugger.
After graduating from U.T., I was accepted to all three dental schools in Texas. (UT San Antonio, UT Houston, and Baylor in Dallas) The only thing I really knew about Dallas at the time was that this is where we played our arch-rival- OU, the show “Dallas” and of course, the DallasCowboys. While visiting Dallas and interviewing at Baylor, I fell in love with North Texas and knew this was the place for me. It felt like home, so I chose Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.