Slow Down the Aging Process by Improving Your Smile

By September 27, 2020 No Comments

Although eyes are considered windows to the soul, your smile can reflect how much you value yourself. Eating well, getting enough sleep, and exercising can do wonders to defy the aging process of your body, but don’t forget about your smile. As we age, our teeth change and appear darker, yellow and dull, as well as worn down. When this happens, your smile can age faster than your chronological age.

Modern dentistry is continually evolving and offers various treatments to help your smile look as young as you feel. As we review the procedures that can have a direct impact on an aging smile, see if one or all of them resonate with you! Then start developing a plan of action for investing in yourself and rejuvenating your smile.

Not All Whitening Kits are Created Equal

Teeth whitening treatments are incredibly popular, as you can see by the explosion of products available at the grocery store and online. Before you proceed with any type of teeth bleaching, talk to your dentist. They can identify the cause of your tooth discoloration and make recommendations based on your unique situation. A professional can help you get the best results possible with a cost that fits your lifestyle and budget.

Braces Are Not Just for Kids

Over time, your teeth may shift, impacting your bite function as well as the look of your smile. Crooked or crowded teeth can make you appear 10-15 years older than your actual age. Orthodontics can move your teeth into a uniform position and improve many related conditions. Another benefit is that when you are proud of your smile, you are more likely to share it!

If the idea of a mouth full of metal makes you groan, ceramic braces and Invisalign® are subtler ways to realign your teeth. For moderate to severe orthodontic problems, ceramic braces offer the same effectiveness as metal braces, but they are much less noticeable. Invisalign and other clear aligners are trending now because the clear plastic trays are discreet and removable. Your dentist can help you choose an orthodontic solution that works for you.

Switch Out Your Metal Restorations

Metal crowns and silver fillings can give your teeth a dull, greyish cast, especially if they are more than ten years old. Because this method was the only way to repair teeth in the past, it automatically ages your smile. Innovative materials such as resin, ceramic, porcelain, and glass ionomer have revolutionized the possibilities of restorative dental care.

Whether you need a crown, bridge, or complete cosmetic denture, the variety of materials allows your dentist to create natural-looking prosthetics with full function. In fact, you can have a full smile makeover that looks like you’ve never sat in a dental chair!

What Anti-Ager is Free?

One study found that when subjects looked at photos of the same people making multiple expressions and guessed their age, those who were smiling were perceived as younger. A smile is as good as a mini facelift, and it doesn’t cost a dime.

Your smile is a powerful tool that you can use to slow down the aging process, lift the spirits of others, brighten a room, and boost your mood. These benefits make investing in dental procedures that increase how often you smile well worth the effort!

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We are proud to provide the widest possible choice of private dentistry to our clients including: General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Teeth Whitening, Dental Implants, Hygienist services / treating gum disease, Root Canal Treatments (Endodontics), Conventional and invisible Braces (Orthodontics), Occlusion / TMJ disorders, Sedation for the anxious patients

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