As you grow older, you may notice that your smile changing in a variety of ways. In addition to tooth decay, you might have gum disease, bad breath or alveolar bone loss. Your facial structure can also change as part of the natural progress of aging, leading to sagging jowls, wrinkles around the lips or hollow cheeks. In this post, we’ll show you what happens to your teeth over age and how to prevent bad oral health in your twilight years. Let’s get cracking
How often should I brush teeth with braces? As orthodontists, we can use different types of braces and appliances to give you a straight, perfectly aligned smile. The work of keeping your teeth sparkling white, however, it up to up. Caring for your teeth while wearing orthodontic appliances may take a little extra effort, but the results will be worth it when your braces finally come off.
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