Aging is something that every person does differently these days. Some people follow the example of their ancestors and simply let the aging process occur naturally. Many, many people today get a little help along the way. Anti-aging treatments are now designed more for the “easing-in” of the various signs of aging rather than the complete elimination of them as if that were ever really possible. We use injectables to soften lines on the face, neck, and hands. Some people go the cosmetic surgery route. One great way to turn back the clock on facial aging is to look at the color of your teeth.
Humans have long assessed age by looking at particulars of appearance. Tooth color and shape were two ways of telling how old a person might be. There was an expectation that older people would have longer teeth and teeth that weren’t very white. Heck, there was an expectation that an older person was lucky if he had more than a few teeth left in his mouth. Things are far different today, except that inclination to assume that dull, discolored teeth mean more candles are on the birthday cake.
Let’s Talk Rejuvenation
If facial rejuvenation is something you’ve been considering, your smile is a great place to start. Professional teeth whitening has been refined, and refined again, to bring us systems that are capable of addressing a wider range of problems than was previously possible. Not all stains are the same, so options in teeth whitening shouldn’t be. In our Succasunna office, we can treat common stains, as well as those caused by fluorosis and even by tetracycline. Furthermore, there is an option for a super-convenient whitening treatment for patients on the go, and there are more comprehensive treatments that involve both in-office and home whitening to achieve the best possible results.
There are so many ways that we can manage appearance as we age. This is a fortunate thing. When you’re ready to restore radiance to your smile to reflect inner youthfulness, we’re ready to help you. Call Morris County Dental Associates at 973-328-1225.