No matter if employers admit it or not, looks do play a big role in the hiring process. Take a look at some of the most success business owners, CEOS, and managers today. They all look younger than they are, radiant, and many of them sport a smile worth millions. No longer is looking good just for celebrities. In fact, studies have shown that 73 percent of polled job-seekers say appearance makes a difference in getting hired.
Those who are unemployed and looking for a job may have a better chance of landing a spot in the workforce if their looks are up to par. For many seeking jobs, looking great for an interview may cost thousands of dollars as more and more people are undergoing smile makeovers and other types of cosmetic procedures to improve their looks to better impress those seeking new hires.
These cosmetic procedures, mostly smile makeovers, have become very common amongst older people who are looking to get hired. It has been said that those interviewees who look energetic, fresh, and well-taken care of are more likely to get hired than someone who does not. A smile makeover, which generally involves the use of porcelain veneers to perfect the smile, can easily upgrade your look.
Of course, while the trend of changing how you look to get hired continues to grow, the fact remains that undergoing any cosmetic procedure, including cosmetic dentistry such as porcelain veneers, should not be done solely based on getting a job. Cosmetic dentistry can be expensive, and while it may increase your chances of being hired, it doesn’t guarantee a job.
If you’re considering a smile makeover with the use of porcelain veneers, Drs. Ken & Marnie Collins can be of great help. Revamp your smile and enjoy a new you with brighter whiter teeth that show off the true you! Call Collins Dentistry & Aestheitcs at 509-368-7788 in Spokane or 509-228-3998 in Spokane Valley, to learn more about porcelain veneers and the smile make over procedure.
Or office in Spokane is located at:
3151 E. 28th Ave.
Spokane, WA 99223
Office phone # 509-368-7788