Determine Your Dental Age with Your Common Dental Habits

Did you know that there is something called as dental age? Just like your chronological age, your dental age is a measure that considers the condition of your teeth to establish if you look younger or older than you actually are. As our bodies age, our teeth age too. Our teeth undergo several changes which can be severe or moderate depending on our dental habits and oral hygiene.

Dentzz Dental- What's Your Dental Age

Analyse your mouth now and consider the following indicators to establish your dental age:

  • Healthy teeth and pink gums: These individuals come across as the young ones and barely have a history of dental problems. They hardly have any cavities or tooth decay and require minimal dental treatments such as teeth whitening and cleaning.
  • Stained teeth: If you smoke regularly, there is a high probability that you might have stained or darkened teeth.
  • Receding gums: Lack of proper oral hygiene can lead to receding gums and make our teeth look longer. This can be a symptom of gum disease and should be treated immediately.
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Situated in prime locations in Mumbai and Delhi, Dentzz Dental Care India delivers the finest in Cosmetic, Implant, Conventional and Preventive Dentistry. If you are seeking a specialized and globally trained dentist in Mumbai or a dentist in India, then Dentzz is the answer.

3 thoughts on “Determine Your Dental Age with Your Common Dental Habits”

  1. I was a caffeine addict and faced stained teeth issue after a point. I visited Dentzz for teeth cleaning, scaling and whitening. The results are really good. It i really important to take care of habits as well.

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