New Survey Shows Smiling Is Best Way to Make First Impression
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Good, we knew you did. According to a survey conducted by Kelton Global on behalf of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, first positive impressions all come down to the power of an attractive smile. So, when it comes to a coveted job interview, candidates should flash those pearly whites to make a positive impression.
Per the study, 48 percent of adults think a smile is the most memorable feature after they meet someone for the first time.