Keep smiling, Because life’s a beautiful thing, and there is so much to smile about.”
Some pearls of wisdom and advice are spoken by those who we least expect to do so, states Danbury, CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD. This model in question was born in a Los Angeles hospital ward. Due to her mother’s mental condition, she was passed from family member to family member, to friends, to a number of orphanages. To prevent this volatile series of circumstances, a family friend orchestrated an arranged marriage when the future model was 16 years old. When her husband was sent off to the Pacific war, she worked as an assembly line worker in a plane factory.
In 1945, she was in the right place at the right time, when a photographer touring the factory, took this brunette’s picture. It was only a few months before she was on the cover of a number of magazines. It was soon after that, when 20th Century Fox Studios realized her potential to capture the gaze of millions of adoring fans.
In 1946, her hair color, and her name changed, and she started her career as a movie icon. She had a number of memorable starring roles. But who is this icon who shared her view on smiling and life………………………………
……………………….Norma Jeane Mortenson was her name, wooing audiences was her game. She was not known as the most cerebral person in Hollywood, but her philosophy on life can be appreciated by our readership. Marilyn Monroe realized the importance of appreciating life and showing so to the world.
Her philosophical outlook was admirable, but Dr. Marks hopes she was also asking her admirers to brush, and floss, see their dentist twice a year for dental cleanings and dental exams, take care of your gums and periodontal condition, and have any cavities filled so that you don’t need root canals, or tooth extractions, which would lead to dentures. If you would like to speak to Marilyn personally, we are sorry but we cannot help you. But if you would like a consultation on any dental problems, please CONTACT US.