Aging is inevitable.
As time ticks on, your body starts to show signs of wear.
And that includes your smile.
Your dentist can fix your smile to make you look younger!
"How's that possible?!"
This is thanks to anti-aging dentistry.
In this blog, we'll explain what anti-aging dentistry is and how it can help you.
Let's take a look.
What is anti-aging dentistry?
Anti-aging dentistry refers to the use of cosmetic dental treatments to transform:
- Your smile's appearance
- The way your teeth support your facial structure
Cosmetic dental procedures treat common smile flaws, such as:
- Yellowing teeth
- Wrinkles and fine lines
- Worn or broken teeth
Through time, your enamel becomes much thinner.
In turn, this exposes the underlying dentin layer, which is a yellowish shade.
Additionally, your teeth accumulate stains from:
- Consuming highly pigmented food and drinks (e.g., colas, coffee, dark berries, etc.)
- Habits, like smoking tobacco
Your dentist can whiten your teeth several shades lighter with professional teeth whitening!
In-office teeth whitening is the fastest, most effective way to brighten a dull smile.
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This treatment removes the deepest, toughest stains, leaving you with a brighter smile after one visit.
Wrinkles and fine lines
Do you have frown lines or crow’s feet you wish could disappear?
Or maybe the skin on your face is beginning to thin in places.
Believe it or not, your dentist can take care of that!
Some dental practices offer Botox® and dermal fillers
Both of these treatments smooth out wrinkles and give your skin a fuller appearance.
Botox and dermal fillers are both administered in the form of injections. Most patients state that they feel no more than a little pinch.
These are often referred to as "lunch-break procedures" because they're completed in 15-30 minutes.
Botox will get rid of:
- Crow's feet
- Frown ("11") lines
- Forehead lines
- "Bunny" lines
- And more
Fillers may be used to fill out:
- Your lips
- Your cheeks
- The skin around your mouth
You may look several years younger!
Worn or broken teeth
Your teeth wear down over time for many reasons.
One of the primary causes is enamel loss. Enamel is your teeth's natural protective guard.
But when you lose that shield, your teeth become more susceptible to damage.
Whether you have chipped, cracked, or uneven teeth, your dentist can help!
Dental bonding effectively conceals these smile imperfections.
In this treatment, your dentist adheres a tooth-colored material to your tooth to fill in the damaged or missing portions.
Then, the material is shaped and polished so the altered tooth will blend in seamlessly with your smile.
This only requires one short visit!
Need a cosmetic dentist in Pittston, PA?
Dr. Salvatore Infantino
will help you achieve a gorgeous, younger-looking smile.
He's had extensive dental training in cosmetic dentistry at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Studies... This text opens the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Studies website in a new tab ...
and more than 30 years of experience.
See how he's transformed other patients' smiles in our smile gallery
Don't wait to transform yours. Schedule a consultation for cosmetic dentistry today!
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