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Smiling on the Campaign Trail - Cosmetic Dentist Michael Kosdon Rates the Candidates
Date:2/19/2008

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With Presidential candidates campaigning -- and smiling -- on a seemingly non-stop basis, California cosmetic dentist Michael Kosdon has had ample opportunity to judge their pearly whites. From his close observations, Dr. Kosdon has picked a winner.

"I would definitely say Barack Obama has a much brighter, more crowd-pleasing smile than Hillary Clinton," says Kosdon, who has transformed hundreds of smiles, giving patients new confidence and appeal. "He just naturally has a good broad smile and shows a lot of teeth. It's a younger, more vital smile."

Dr. Kosdon offers this advice for Senator Clinton: "While she has an engaging smile, she would project a more youthful appearance if she replaced her old-style crowns, got veneers and whitened her teeth. She doesn't have to go bright, bright white but a few shades will make a big difference."

On the Republican side, "John McCain," says Kosdon "is an older man and his teeth reflect that. There's nothing wrong with his smile, it befits his age, but he could benefit from whitening too. His opponent Mike Huckabee has a very natural smile appropriate for a man in his 40s. He's had no cosmetic dentistry that I can detect. It's okay but there's nothing special about his smile."

"On the other hand, I'm not surprised Mitt Romney is no longer in the race because there was something phony about his smile," Kosdon continues. "It was a little too perfect."

Michael Kosdon is a graduate of the prestigious University of Southern California Dental School with post-graduate training in cosmetic dentistry at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies with practices in California. His state-of-the-art offices are dedicated to changing the way people feel about visiting the dentist with spa amenities that ensure patients are comfortable, relaxed and totally satisfied.

For more information on Dr. Kosdon and The Oaks Center for Cosmetic Dentistry, visit http://www.modernsmiles.com.

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