Celebrity orthodontist/Spokesperson for Invisalign and superior Elite Provider in NYC, Dr. Jacquie Smiles authorizes that an optimal healthy smile is not only always in season- but timeless and ageless. However, when it comes to maintaining proper oral hygiene, and keeping our chompers in tip-top shape, is age a factor? The condition of an individual’s teeth is of the utmost importance when considering cosmetic treatment, while keeping concerns and/or orthodontic problems at bay. As a premier orthodontist, Dr. Jacquie specializes in various aesthetic techniques and procedures. Her expert assessments are sought after by a wide array of patients from pediatrics, adolescents, matured adulthood and elders- all to ensure successful, desired oral health, wellness and beauty at every age! Dr. Jacquie Smiles understands even after creating the ultimate smile, proper action needs to be implemented. Ideal smiles and overall oral health become more and more difficult to preserve as years progress. She offers a breakdown of age-targeted, toothy tips for everyone’s convenience. By following a few simple guidelines of oral care, your age never has to show through your bright, pearly whites.
Prevention is essential. Active and correct strategy while brushing and flossing, along with regular dental checkups will be key ingredients and tools upholding one’s smile. Oral tasks and initiatives will only benefit an individual in the long run by potentially helping to avoid major dental issues. When sustaining routine visits, problems may be detected early. Preventative tactics have the power to reduce or even eliminate major ailments or invasive dental work. Minor adjustments, like replacing old filings and making subtle shape changes, may help offer you a prolonged great smile for years to come.
The method of cosmetic contouring provides a natural, organically rounded and youthful smile. This procedure is one of many options available which offer an alternative solution for overcrowding. By designing and sculpting the edges of the teeth, the visual perception may appear straighter- and you will be seemingly more confident when taking picture-esque selfies!
30 Flirty & Thriving
Sometimes, even after you have already had braces when you were a teenager, teeth continue to shift and grow. Although miniscule shifting may occur, people tend to ignore if it hasn’t drastically hindered their cosmetic appearance. While this may not seem like a big deal, these tiny gaps or misalignments in the teeth may eventually cause gum disease or decay. Many people in their 30’s notice this slight change and are seeking revision, yet they feel apprehension about wearing traditional metal wire again. Invisalign is an exclusive resolution for this distress since it works quickly, safely, and efficiently in 3-18 months, and oh yeah, it’s virtually invisible. Invisalign caters to a demographic who may have previously had braces and are not looking to have treatment interfere with their daily lives- personally, socially, and professionally. “Invisaligners” are customized, removable and heed exceptional results.
40’s & 50’s
Like everything else on your body, individuals are beginning to deal with wear and tear- especially on the strength of one’s enamel. They will experience a weakening of tissue and casing from ages of brushing, grinding, or even eating acidic foods forming plaque buildup. Veneers are the best answer for this issue. Top-quality veneers are subtle enough that peers will not be able to recognize any type of organic makeover or irregular looking transformation. Veneers will act as a fresh outer layer of the enamel to disguise worn out teeth and irreversible discolorations. To handle additional stains, professional in office whitening, which only takes one hour, plus at home whitening will also instantly brighten your smile.
Gum recession is a huge distress for individuals in their 60’s. Over-brushing is a lead contributor causing this circumstance and complaint. Gum grafting is a simple and painless procedure where a small piece of healthy gum tissue is taken from the roof of your mouth and transferred in the problem area, where it will attach itself to the gum line.