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Our Teeth Are Getting the Skin-Care Treatment

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Skin isn’t the only thing that increased screen time has us zeroing in on. “Zoom has changed the dynamic of how people look at themselves facially in general,” says dentist Michael Apa, who has offices in New York, Dubai, and Los Angeles. “Looking at yourself in the mirror, you tend to focus more on your skin, but when you’re talking, you can’t help but see your teeth. Since most people don’t talk to themselves in the mirror, this is the first time people are becoming very self-aware of what their teeth ...