Posted December 23, 2014.
We all have to grow up—it happens. And there is nothing wrong with it. We need to embrace every year. Sometimes we want to deny the changes in our life, but we can’t. Our teeth age just as fast as our body does.
You might notice a change in your teeth’s color or shape. Even optimal oral health can’t make your teeth look perfect forever, although it definitely can help. No matter what changes are underway, there is a way for you to keep that youthful smile. Your Woburn, MA dentist, Dr. Ghada Massabni, has three leading services that can revitalize your smile, no matter the issue.
As we age, losing teeth becomes more common. One-fourth of adults in the U.S. age 65 or older have lost all of their teeth, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It doesn’t mean people in their 20’s, 30’s or 40’s aren’t susceptible to tooth loss. It can happen. Bad oral hygiene, tooth decay and periodontal disease will increase your chances of tooth loss. If you have lost a tooth, there is something you can do about it. In Woburn, dental implants, bridge or dentures will help enhance your facial features and restore your smile for full function and esthetic look.
Those years of coffee drinking or tea sipping might have had an impact on the color of your teeth. You can exchange your dim smile for a vibrant one by getting a professional teeth whitening in Woburn. It’s best to let your dentist handle the treatment, whether in-office or at-home. Either way, Dr. Massabni can provide critical information and monitor your results because your teeth might be sensitive. If you have intrinsic stains, talk to your Woburn dentist about veneers.
Chipped or worn teeth
If your body can feel worn out, so can your teeth. Over time, we expose are teeth to different textures and temperatures, which is why your enamel can start to wear down; thus, your tooth’s structure can weaken and chip. Misshaped teeth can throw off your smile’s entire esthetic look. In Woburn, veneers work well to cover up intrinsic stains, chips, minor misalignment and spaces of the teeth.
From minor to major dental issues, we got you covered. Just contact our office for a consultation. Or you can peruse our website. What dental problems are you looking to fix. Let us know in the comments!