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Palamedes PR secures national media exposure for EvoDental following new research revealing that people with perfect smiles are happier than those with gap-toothed grins
Palamedes PR secures national media exposure for EvoDental following new research revealing that people with perfect smiles are happier than those with gap-toothed grins

Palamedes PR has today secured national media coverage for EvoDental, the leading dental implant chain.

The agency’s copy was this morning running live on the Telegraph Online, and on a variety of other news websites.

We revealed how people with a perfect smile are happier and suffer less stress than those with gap-toothed grins.

New research by EvoDental and the University of Manchester found that having a full set of straight teeth can significantly improve quality of life by boosting self-esteem.

Adults with full or partial dentures were found to lack confidence and be more prone to mild forms of stress than those with natural teeth or dental implants.

The research, presented at The International Association of Dental Research in Seattle earlier this year, will be published in a dentistry journal next month.

It is the first of its kind to prove a clinical connection between oral health and general wellbeing.

A spokesman for Palamedes PR said: “We are delighted with the national coverage and, as ever, would like to thank the Telegraph Online for covering this important new research.”

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