• Percentage of “senior decision-makers” in small or medium businesses who say “poor dental health or hygiene would have a negative effect on their decision to do business with someone”: 48
  • Percent who say it would “affect their decision to promote an employee – regardless of their ability”: 44

The key lesson is to spend as much time worrying about your buccal appearance and tidiness as you would for the rest of you. You wouldn’t head to an important business meeting wearing a stained tie or ripped clothes, so why pay any less importance to the cleanliness of your teeth?


Source: Real Business

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