Who Makes You Smile? SWEEPSTAKES ALERT!

Right now I am going through some 500 odd pictures I took during my recent trip to the West Coast for the perfect shot–the beautiful smile. ?It could win me the grand prize, all expense paid trip for two to New York City, $1,000 in cash, and a photo session . ?If not, at least, it will be eligible for a daily prize and a chance to win a teeth-whitening smile makeover.

Too many people are embarrassed about showing some teeth. ?When Little Red Riding Hood said, “Grandma, what big teeth you have!”, the young innocent meant it as a compliment. ?I thank my parents for the great dental care I got from the time I was a toddler.

Sure I had braces once upon a time. ?I accept the reality of root canals and crowns.?No false teeth, bridges or implants for this lucky lady. ?Yes, I have experienced clean, polish, fill, even pull. However, eating habits, daily brushings, and regular checkups left me ?a full mouth of teeth.
Who makes me smile?
First response: ?”My family. ?Hubby, our kids, and our grandbabies.”

Less obvious one: ?My Top Dentist. ?I absolutely have to give him credit.

Now do I have something to share with you, my readers. ?It is a photo contest from now through February 24, 2012, with winners announced March 16. ?For details go to http://www.topdentists.com.

This is all you have to do.

  1. Find a picture of who makes you smile.
  2. Upload it digitally.
  3. Tag it in 140 characters or less.
  4. Tweet, facebook, blog, email, and talk it up to spread the word.
  5. Or, if you aren’t entering, please vote for my entry.

Cosmetic dentistry can make someone feel beautiful outside and let the inner shine through. Too many people are embarrassed about showing some teeth. ?When Little Red Riding Hood said, “Grandma, what big teeth you have!”, the young innocent meant it as a compliment. ?I thank my parents for the great dental care I got from the time I was a toddler.

No false teeth, bridges or implants for this lucky lady. ?Good eating habits, daily brushings, and regular checkups left me with a full mouth of teeth. ?Sure I had braces once upon a time. ?Yes, I have experienced clean, polish, fill, even pull. ?I accept the reality of root canals, crowns, and whitening.

Sorry, Top Doc that I can’t submit your photo as I do not have one. ?Besides, the princess?who I carry in my heart everywhere, everyday is prettier by far. ?I told her it was happy tears when we said goodbye. (Note this comes from a very partial grandma who loves all of them equally but differently. ?The others just won’t let me take their pictures nicely.)

This is a sponsored post. I received monetary compensation for publishing the above information on this family friendly company or product. My opinions are my own and have not been effected by the sponsor or compensation.

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