Smile Solutions for Your 60s+
It’s fairly common for your gums to recede in your sixties, which may make your teeth look longer than they actually are. Saliva production also decreases with age, which contributes to weakened enamel and can cause less than fresh breath.
Smile Solutions for Your 40s and 50s
In your 40s and 50s, stains become harder to erase and your gums may even do a disappearing act. As your face starts to age, your teeth may push forward, which can cause the lower front teeth to crowd.
Smile Solutions for Your 30s
Minor adjustmentst to your teeth, such as replacing old fillings and making subtle shape changes, can help you have a spectacular smile for years to come.
Smile Solutions for Your 20s
During your twenties, it’s normal to notice small changes in your smile like shifting teeth, misalignments and even slight discoloration. You may even need to get braces again, although this time you’ll actually want them!
Prevent Teeth Grinding
Tray a mouth guard, which will prevent teeth from wearing down over time. Worn-down teeth are not only unappealing, they can also prevent the teeth from functioning properly. Additionally, teeth that are worn-down become shorter, which can contribute to an aged appearance.
Prevent Major Dental Work Later On
Be diligent with two to three yearly cleanings. Regular checkups and cleanings afford your dentist the opportunity to evaluate how you care for your teeth at home, which is the most important part of maintaining healthy teeth. Dental problems caught at an early stage can reduce or eliminate major treatment that may be required later on.