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Your guide to self-expression

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Candid Your guide to self-expression
The Expressionist
The ability to fully express yourself, no matter the circumstance, is one of the keys to a rich life. In The Expressionist, our latest newsletter, you’ll find inspiration and education, science and art, philosophy and action. Think of The Expressionist as your guide to what’s possible, who is chasing it, and how you might get there yourself.
Aaron Britt Aaron Britt
Director of Content
On expressing yourself
Demystifying Body Language
In this TED talk, social psychologist, author, and teacher Amy Cuddy goes deep into how we express ourselves, often without even realizing it. Will you ever fold your arms or strike a power pose the same way again?
Watch now ➔
on living to the fullest
Blogger, influencer, and style maven Eva Catherine and her photographery fiance, Johnny Chicollo, have been creative partners for years. But recently, they completed another kind of project: Candid treatment. We talked to both of them about Candid, confidence, and creativity.
What was it like going through treatment with your partner?

Eva: Honestly, it made the process so much easier. If something was bothering me or visa versa, we could tell each other about it and share tips and tricks. It was also nice because we would change aligners at the same time and were able to hold each other accountable and stay on track.

Eva, when you take and edit photos now, what difference do you see?

Eva: I see a huge difference in the number of photos in our camera roll that show me smiling! I never used to smile—especially when my profile was on display because you could really see how crooked my front teeth were from that angle. Now, I smile without hesitation and it is such a good feeling.

What does true self-expression look like for you?

Johnny: Self-expression, for me is the ability to express yourself in the way you truly want to and not being held back by personal insecurities. After my treatment, I really felt like I could be myself again due to that confidence that returned that allowed me to really express who I am as a person.
Head to our blog, the Impression, for the full interview. ➔
There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and will be lost. - Martha Graham
on confidence
Learning from the School of Life
Contemporary philosopher Alain de Botton’s School of Life is one of our favorite places to look for inspiration on how to live a good life. We’re especially enamoured with their series of essays on confidence. Read them all, please. But don’t miss this one on imposter syndrome.
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On your health
Alarming Ticktok Trend
Our mission is to help people achieve the smiles of their dreams and all the confidence that comes with it. But as a healthcare company, when we see dangerous and harmful oral practices, we have to speak up. Recently, the New York Post ran a story about people on TikTok filing their teeth to make them even. See what our cofounder and Chief Ortho- dontist Dr. C. Lynn Hurst has to say about this trend.

“Reshaping your teeth with a nail file at home is by definition DIY dentistry, as recently reported by the New York Post from TikTok users. This DIY dentistry can be very dangerous, resulting in reduced enamel, exposed dentin, sensitive teeth, and worse...”
Read The Full Assessment ➔
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