3. Correct any dental problems. Unsightly dental problems may lead to the assumption that you don't take care of yourself. Besides, you don't want to risk calling out sick to your new job because you're in desperate need of toothache remedies.
4. Get a smile makeover. If you really want to impress your potential boss, try a cosmetic dental procedure, such as teeth whitening, dental bonding or veneers.
5. Straighten crooked teeth. Wearing dental braces may not feel very professional, but the results are definitely worth it. If you're still hesitant, consider Invisalign®, which consists of clear, removable aligners that you can take out for the interview.
6. Smile -- no matter what! When you're unhappy with your smile, it shows. Hiding your teeth out of embarrassment may be interpreted as being unfriendly or standoffish.
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