The Aging Effect

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The Aging Effect

Aging can bring many changes to your body, your teeth will change in ways that are both subtle and dramatic. This is a just part of the aging process. Our experienced cosmetic dentist will be help you maintain healthy teeth as you get older.

As you age, your gums may recede, producing a gummy, unattractive smile. Exposed, enlarged gums can present a health issue as well. Scheduling regular 6 month appointments is important to track this.

Another common dental issues associated with aging is a loss of tooth enamel. Your tooth enamel is the hardest part of your body, and it protects the weaker, more sensitive interior parts of your teeth. If you’ve lost tooth enamel, to protect your teeth we can treat the problem with dental bonding.

If the enamel loss is particularly severe, a crown might be appropriate.

As we age, we become uniquely vulnerable to tooth loss. If this happens to you, we can offer safe and sturdy dental implants to replace the missing teeth and restore a natural-looking smile.

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