Too wide smile can social disability
The best smile is not too wide and do not leave too many teeth. To wide laughter can even socially in a person’s disadvantage to work.
Researchers from the university of Minnesota have 802 volunteers are asked to respond to various animated 3D portraits of people smiling.
The glimachen that the subjects were able to see, varied in width, visibility of teeth, and symmetry. They had the glimlachtypes points on the basis of effectiveness, sincerity, how pleasant the laugh was and suspected emotional intention.
The smile that the positiefst were assessed had an optimal balance of the teeth, mouth angle and the width of the mouth. Symmetrical smiles were also more positively assessed.