Straight smiles are especially important for actors, who consistently find themselves exposed to public scrutiny. With that being said, many popular celebrities weren’t gifted with straight smiles. If you’ve been thinking about getting braces to correct your dental flaws, learn how some popular actors benefited from orthodontics.

  • Zac Efron – One of Hollywood’s premier teen heartthrobs, Efron would probably have had difficulty nabbing many starring roles if he hadn’t corrected his flawed smile using braces.
  • Selena Gomez – This up-and-coming singer and actress has a bright future that might not have been possible without the help of corrective braces.
  • Tom Cruise – One of the highest-grossing actors in movie history, this Hollywood megastar used to have numerous cosmetic dental problems before braces gave him a smile to be proud of.
  • Dakota Fanning – Appearing next to numerous top-flight movie stars in films, such as War of the Worlds, I Am Sam and Man on Fire, Fanning once had crooked teeth before braces gave her an attractive, straight smile.
  • Everyday People Need Straight Smiles Too

Actors aren’t the only ones who need straight smiles. Research indicates that society tends to associate crooked teeth with other unattractive traits, including lower IQ’s. Unfortunately, many adults avoid seeking corrective braces, because they think they will appear immature.

No Need to Worry

These days, modern cosmetic dentistry allows adults to straighten their smiles discreetly. Drs. Ken and Marnie Collins provide their patients with clear braces, which offer effective, inconspicuous results. Additionally, patients are able to remove their invisible braces as needed to clean their teeth. This provides a more comfortable, appealing experience which leaves patients feeling confident and proud of their new, attractive smiles. These days, there’s no reason for anyone to live with crooked teeth. Thanks to modern orthodontics, virtually anyone can attain the smile of their dreams in a relatively discreet fashion. To learn more, contact Drs. Ken and Marnie Collins today.